UPDATE, 2:40 p.m. 11/7: With all 40 districts now in, Tuesday's Black Horse Pike Regional School District board election, with provisional ballots still to be counted, has incumbents J. Jay McMullin and Jennifer Storer joined by newcomer Dawn Leary in winning three-year terms.
McMullin received the most votes, with 9,137, followed by Storer at 8,927 and Leary at 7,978, according to the unofficial results.
Samuel Garro received 5,996 votes. Former BHPRSD board member Louis Vizoco finished last with 5,771 votes.
Jennifer Storer and J. Jay McMullin were able to weather recent tumultous times for the Black Horse Pike Regional School District on Tuesday, winning new terms as district board members.
Newcomer Dawn Leary will join Storer and McMullin on the regional school district's board of education. All three won three-year terms on Tuesday, according to unofficial results released by Camden County.
With Camden County reporting unofficial results from 38 of 40 districts, McMullin had received the most votes, with 8,911. Storer received 8,710 votes and Leary 7,780 to win the other two seats up for grabs in this year's election.
McMullin is entering his second term and Storer her third.
Former BHPRSD board member Louis Vizoco received 5,624 votes and Samuel Garro 5,849 votes, respectively, according to the unofficial tally.
Tuesday's marked the first November election in district history. School elections traditionally have been held in April in New Jersey.
Black Horse Pike Regional School District was thrust into the national media spotlight in early October when Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk announced that three teachers and two administrators had been charged following his office's investigation into teacher-student sex at Triton Regional High School during the 2011-12 school year.