Voters chose candidates to fill two seats on the Fulton Public Schools Board of Education.
Leah Baker, Jackie Pritchett and Tyler Steffens competed for three seats. Both of the incumbents in the race, Baker and Pritchett, were re-elected.
Pritchett got the most votes, with 42.01 percent or 602 votes.
"It is a very humbling experience, and I appreciate all the support that all of the citizens have given me," Pritchett said.
Baker was also elected with 30.69 percent or 439 votes. Steffens received 384 votes, and there were also eight votes for write-in candidates.
"I am excited to continue the work that we have started and to continue to work with the other board members," Baker said.
Pritchett and Baker identified the Proposition S projects, which includes facilities, security and technology improvements across the district, as important priorities for the board.
"Supporting teachers will give students exactly what they need to be successful," Pritchett said.
Baker also identified bringing in more social workers as and finishing the school year strong as goals of hers.