It appears there will be at least one newcomer to the North Hills School Board after the November general election.
Annette Giovengo Nolish won both the Democratic and Republican nominations for North Hills School Director in Tuesday's primary election.
On the Republican side by Michael Yeomans, Joe Muha, and Matthew Sean Edlinger Sr. also won nomination.
They will face incumbents Kathy Reid, Sharon Schrim, and newcomer Helen (Dee) Spade, who won the Democratic nomination.
Incumbent Thomas Kelly failed to win nomination from either party.
In other races...
Incumbent Ross Commissioner Jerry O'Brien won the Democratic nomination for Ross Township Tax Collector and will face Republican Clifford Bright, who was unopposed in the spring primary.
And voters ousted incumbent Matt Drozd from his District 1 Seat on Allegheny County Council in favor of North Hills School Director Tom Baker, who will face Democrat Daniel A. McClain Jr., who was unopposed in the spring primary.
Click here for the final primary election results. A number of other races were decided before Tuesday's voting, because candidates were running unopposed. For the complete rundown of contests in Ross Township and West View, click here.
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