On Tuesday, voters in four counties went to the polls to elect school board members for 16 seats.  Here is what happened in each.

Burke County

Number of seats: 3

Partisan? No

Winners: Buddy Armour (Central District), Sam Wilkinson (Eastern District), Seth P. Hunt, Jr. (Western District)

Hot Take: All three are incumbents, so no radical changes are forthcoming.

Chapel Hill-Carrboro

Number of seats: 4

Partisan? No

Winners: Amy Fowler, Mary Ann Wolf, Joal Hall Broun, James Barrett

Hot Take: Incumbents Broun and Barett won and voters elected two new members to a board not known for its intellectual diversity.

Cleveland County

Number of seats: 4

Partisan? Yes

Winners: Phillip Glover (Democrat), Coleman Hunt (Democrat), Dena Green (Democrat), Danny Lee Blanton (Republican)

Hot Take: Glover and Blanton are incumbents.  Hunt and Green are new to the board.  According to voter registration information, Democrats have a majority.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Number of seats: 5

Partisan? No

Winners: Rhonda Lennon (District 1), Thelma Byers-Bailey (District 2), Ruby M. Jones (District 3), Carol Sawyer (District 4), Margaret Marshall (District 5)

Hot Take: Here.