Ewing School Board President Lisa Hall McConnell, Vice President Anthony Messina and board member Deborah Delutis won re-election to three, three-year seats on the board on Nov. 2.
According to unofficial results from the Mercer County Clerk's office as of Nov. 11, the three edged out challenger Crystal Fedeli.
- Messina, 5,975 votes (27.75%)
- Delutis, 5,666 (26.32%)
- McConnell, 5,139 (23.87%)
- Fedeli, 4,750 (22.06%)
County and state races
The below unofficial results are current as of Nov. 11, 2021.
Turnout in Mercer County was 37.52%—almost half as many voters as in last year's presidential election, where the turnout was 69.34 percent. Last year, 180,909 out of 260,888 registered voters cast their ballots, as opposed to 99,767 out of 265,901 this year.
Mercer County Commissioner results: Democrats Kristin McLaughlin, Samuel Frisby and Terrance Stokes easily defeated Republicans Michael Chianese, Richard Balgowan and Andrew Kotula.
- McLaughlin, 60,943 (21.92%)
- Frisby, 59,967 (21.58%)
- Stokes, 59,792, (21.51%)
- Chianese, 32,847 (11.82%)
- Balgowan, 32,541 (11.71%)
- Kotula, 31,889 (11.47%)
County Surrogate: Democrat Diane Gerofsky defeated Republican Douglas Miles.
- Gerofsky, 63,019 (67%)
- Miles, 30,044 (33%)
State Senate, 15th District: Incumbent Democrat Shirley Turner defeated Republican Susan Gaul by a wide margin.
- Turner, 37,544 (72.01%)
- Gaul, 14,592 (27.99%)
State Assembly, 15th District: The Democrat incumbents Anthony Verrelli and Verlina Reynolds-Jackson defeated lone Republican Patricia Johnson and Independent Pedro Reyes.
- Verrelli, 36,481 (40.61%)
- Reynolds-Jackson, 36,189 (40.28%)
- Johnson, 15,137 (16.89%)
- Reyes, 1,999 (2.23%)