SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Anthony Delia, Paula Saha and Hector Munoz won the three open seats for Springfield's Board of Education. Delia, a former board president, received 2,123 votes, good for 26.27 percent of the electorate. Saha received 2,152 votes, which gave her 26.62 percent of voters. Munoz, the lone incumbent board member running received 1,969 votes, which gave him 24.36 percent of the ballots cast.
Runner-up Jason Silberfein received 1,825 votes which gave him 22.58 percent of the vote. Silberfein took the most votes in districts eight, 13 and 14, and came within 150 votes of being elected.
As for the other candidates, Delia was the top vote getter in districts one, 10, 11 and 12. Munoz was number one in districts two and nine. Saha was the top vote getter in districts three, four, five six and seven.
District six was a pivotal swing in the election. With 765 votes up for grabs, it was one of the most populous districts in Springfield. Districts 10 and 11 are heavily populated. District 10 had 856 votes available, while district 11 had 855 votes in total.