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The Trentonian (Trenton, NJ) - - NEWS -

Car­di­nale, who grad­u­ated from Stein­ert High School in 2016 and cur­rently at­tends Rut­gers Univer­sity, nar­rowly edged his way to vic­tory by about 100 votes, with the fourth-place-fin­isher Su­san Formica fall­ing short with 4,123 votes in her los­ing ef­fort, ac­cord­ing to up­dated elec­tion re­sults as re­ported by the Mercer County Clerk’s Of­fice.

A to­tal of 13 can­di­dates ran for Hamil­ton school board this year. While Gayzik suc­cess­fully cam­paigned to vic­tory, his “slate mate” al­lies of Gary Schuck II and Joy Ker­lin fell short in their bids for of­fice.

“I am very ex­cited for Al to be back on the board,” Ker­lin said Mon­day in a state­ment by email. “He has a lot of great ideas and a proven his­tory of im­ple­ment­ing pos­i­tive changes. The main rea­son I ran as a team with Al is be­cause we had the same fo­cus and goals, and I have con­fi­dence in him. I also reached out to both Sue and Cameron to of­fer my con­grat­u­la­tions and ex­press my best to them.”

The other can­di­dates who ran un­suc­cess­fully in last week’s school board elec­tion were Manuel Jimenez, An­gelo Hall, Gi­rard A. Casale, Michael J. Don­nelly, Sherry Morency, Spencer Sy­dorko and Joseph J. Gold­ing.

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