2 incumbents, 3 newcomers elected to North Allegheny School Board

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 | 1:35 AM


Two of the three incumbent North Allegheny school directors seeking re-election in Tuesday’s general election emerged victorious.

Voters were asked to select five school board members from a field of nine candidates who all won party nominations in the spring primary.

The two incumbents to win reelection on Nov. 5 were Libby Blackburn, who received the most votes — 8,975 or 15.79 percent of the ballots cast, and Kevin Mahler who received 11.61 percent

Incumbent board member Christopher Disque failed to win another term on the board.

The three newcomers elected to the board were Marcie Crow, who garnered 15.06 percent of the votes; Elizabeth Warner, who won with 11.91 percent of the ballots and Shannon Yeakel, who got 11.66 percent.

School board members served unpaid, four-year terms.