Orange Village saw challengers Staci Adelman Vincent and Pradip Kamat and incumbent Brandon Duber win a majority of the votes for three, four-year spots on Orange Village Council, according to final, unofficial results from the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

Incumbent Alan J. Charnas, who garnered 443 votes (16.2%), lost his seat on the council.

Vincent was the top vote-getter with 724 votes (26.5%) followed by Duber’s 582 votes (21.3%) and Kamat’s 531 votes, (19.4%). Challenger Amanda Kurland received 451 votes, (16.5%).

“I am humbled and honored by the overwhelming show of support and trust the incredible residents of Orange Village have placed in me,” Vincent said in an email. “As I promised the residents, I will do my best to uphold their trust in me by being the very best community connection I can be … serving as a liaison between the residents, council, the administration, the schools and those who work in and for the village of Orange. I hope all residents know that I will work hard to keep open lines of communication and hope they will always feel as if they are a huge part of the conversation.”

Also joining newly elected Vincent, Duber and Kamat on Orange Village Council is Brent Silver, who ran unopposed for a council position that will end Dec. 31, 2021.

Vincent, Duber, Kamat and Silver will join Scott Bilsky, Judson A. Kline and Lisa Perry to form council.

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