One of the three incumbents running in Tuesday's General Election was ousted from the Anoka-Hennepin School Board.
In the District One race, Erin Heers-McArdle came out on top beating school board chair Tom Heidemann by more than 220 votes. Heidemann has served on the School Board since the year 2000.
In District Two, incumbent Marci Anderson had no challenger and won with 91% of the vote.
In District Five, incumbent Nicole Hayes, also unchallenged, won with 92% of the vote.
The only other local race was a special primary election for County Commissioner in District Six, a seat previously held by Rhonda Sivarajah who resigned to become County Administrator. Six candidates filed for the seat. Jeff Reinert received the most votes with just over 1.800. Cindy Hansen came in second with more than 1,000 votes. Those two will move onto a special election on February 11.