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24-year-old Wins Seat on Mahwah Board of Education

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Mahwah NJ, Chris Hughes, a 24-year-old newcomer has won a seat on the Mahwah Board of Education. Hughes was one of four candidates running for three seats held by incumbents John Dinice, Prema Moorthy, and, Brett Coplin.

As of today, the current vote tally is Chris Hughes with 4,336 votes, John Dinice with 4,360 votes, Prema Moorthy with 4,281 votes, and, Brett Coplin with 4,216 votes. This does not include provisional ballots.

Hughes had the following to say about the results, “I am beyond grateful to have been elected to serve on the Mahwah Board of Education. This was a campaign about listening to the concerns of parents and residents, and the changes they would like to see implemented. Our victory would not have been possible without everyone who volunteered and supported us every step of the way. I look forward to working with the Board to ensure that our students succeed in Mahwah Public Schools, and are prepared for what lies ahead.”

Chris Hughes, a 2017 Mahwah High School graduate and lifelong Mahwah resident is set to become one of North Jersey’s youngest elected officials. He will be the Township’s youngest office holder come January.

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