Voters, concerned with racial inequity in the district, elected a mix of new and familiar faces to the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education during Tuesday's election.
Incumbent Rani Dasi and newcomers Jillian La Serna, Deon Temne and Ashton Powell won seats on the board, unofficial vote counts show.
According to unofficial returns, Andrew Davidson, who served on the school board from 2013-17, was not elected. Carmen Huerta-Bapat and Louis Tortora filed to run, but dropped out of the race before early voting began.
Terms for board members Dasi, Pat Heinrich and James Barrett expired this year, leaving three of the empty seats. The fourth was vacated by Jean Hamilton, who joined the board after Margaret Samuels resigned in March.
Heinrich did not run for reelection, and Barrett passed on a race for reelection to run for North Carolina's Superintendent of Public Instruction.