The early voting, absentee ballot and write-in votes have all five Democratic school board candidates in the lead.
Most of the districts have about 1,000 votes in with the Dems up by 60 percent or more. As previously stated, the Democrats outnumbered the Republicans 2 to 1 in early voting.
It represents 1.6 percent of the turnout in the five districts.
All five Democrats are still leading after 18,356 votes. It's 5.6 percent of the turnout. In the pivotal District 8 battle. Susan Evans has 53 percent of the vote to Ron Margiotta's 47 percent with 3 of 20 precincts reporting.
With the majority of precincts in, Democrats are poised to sweep all five seats. With 21 of 26 precincts in, Kevin Hill is barely holding on to avoid a runoff with 50.2 percent.
Evans has 52 percent with 21 of 26 precincts in. Keith Sutton has 81 percent with 21 of 26 precincts. Jim Martin has 70 pecent with 11 of 18 precincts in. Christine Kushner has 60 percent with 26 of33 precincts.
With all the precincts in, Hill fell short of a runoff but the other four Democrats have all won.