SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – Signed petitions from those residents seeking a seat on the South Plainfield Board of Education (BOE) were due at 4 p.m. July 30. For 2018, three at-large seats are up for grabs with five residents seeking to garner a three-year term. 

Incumbents William Seesselberg and Doug Chapman, the BOE’s current president and vice president, respectively, are seeking to retain their seats. John Farinella, Jr., Chere Glover, and Sharon Miller, all former members of the BOE who lost their bids for re-election last year, are seeking to regain a seat. Current member Kim Anesh is not seeking re-election to a third term. 

School board elections, along with presidential, state and local elections, will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Information on the candidates will appear in TAPinto South Plainfield over the weeks leading up to the election. 

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