Elections

March 11, 2020

EDISON, NJ - Edison voters rejected a $183.2 million school referendum on Tuesday, with 2,855 voting yes and 4,643 voting no, according to unofficial results.  The referendum would have funded school additions, which would have created additional classrooms to address overcrowding.  

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Edison, NJ — On January 6th Edison's Board of Education met for their first meeting of the year.  The meeting began with the Oath of Allegiance to the three winners of the November 5th Board of Education Election. All three new Board members, Xiaohan "Shannon" Peng, Carol Bodofsky, and Shivi ...

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Based on a notice issued by Edison Board of Education, their last meeting will take place on Monday, December 16th. It will be a combined public and caucus meeting, which will take place at 312 Pierson Avenue, Edison. The meeting will begin at 6 PM. The public meeting, earlier scheduled for ...

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A special election will be held on Tuesday, December 10th   To get the approval of residents for a project to address overcrowding in Edison schools. The total cost of the project is $189,500,000; the State will chip in $31 million.  This amount does not include interest payment. According to ...

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The Edison council is re-visiting the idea of moving the school board elections to April.  During the Council’s last two public meetings, the topic was actively discussed. A suggestion was first made by Council Member Diehl during the meeting held on November 13th. He was concerned about the level ...

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By Dhiren Amin November 29, 2019 On Tuesday, November 5th, Edison residents voted to elect their new representatives for the board of education. Ten residents vied for three open spots on the Board.  Mail-in ballots gave an early lead to incumbent Shannon Peng, who otherwise, was very close ...

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