Most of the school districts in our area have switched their school board elections to November to save money. On Tuesday, only Atlantic City, Bridgeton and Hammonton will hold votes on their local school budgets. A new state law allowed districts to move the April elections to the fall, unless they were increasing their tax levy by more than the two per cent cap. Last year’s school elections cost Atlantic City $20,000 to administer. Statewide, 90 percent of eligible school districts moved their elections to the fall.