WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The makeup of the Waynesboro Area School Board is set to change later this year, with primary election voters on Tuesday sending newcomers to the general election as their representatives.
Voters in the school district elect by region for four-year terms. Candidates are able to cross-file, appearing as candidates on both Democratic and Republican ballots if they choose.
Newcomers Firmadge Crutchfield and Ed Wilson ousted incumbents on GOP ballots in the school board's North End, according to complete, but unofficial election results.
The men defeated board members Larry Glenn and Lee E. Daywalt when Republicans went to the polls in Quincy Township, Mont Alto and the portion of Guilford Township in the district.