Newcomers Barbara Morgan and Fran Miller, incumbent Jim Holmes lead race four-way race for three seats.
CANTON Voters selected two new board members for the Stark County Educational Service Center on Tuesday.
Four candidates, including two incumbents, ran for three seats on the board.
With all precincts reporting in Stark, Carroll, Summit, Columbiana, Tuscarawas, Wayne and Portage counties, Barbara Morgan led the race with 23,770 votes, followed by Fran Miller with 23,732 votes, Jim Holmes with 21,530 votes and Richard Wingerter with 20,392 voters, according to unofficial results.
Holmes, of Perry Township, and Wingerter, of Plain Township, were incumbents. Wingerter has served on the board since 1993 and Holmes since 2010.
Morgan, of Jackson Township, is a retired teacher and the widow of former Stark County ESC Superintendent Larry Morgan. Miller, of Jackson Township, is a dentist.
The Stark County Educational Service Center provides services, such as special education, psychologists and curriculum development, for more than 60,000 students who attend 21 school districts and a career center in Stark, Carroll and Wayne counties.