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North Tama School Board election

September 9, 2009
Traer Star-Clipper

Dave Stuart ran uncontested and received 265 votes in his favor with one write-in for his seat as President of the North Tama School Board. Gretchen Pargeon was also running uncontested for her seat and received 265 votes with three write-ins for her seat.

The races for the District 3 seat and the District 4 seats proved to be close. For the District 3 seat Trisha Kennedy was running against Dan Schmitt. Trisha Kennedy won that race with 153 votes to Schmitt's 127. There were no write-in votes for that seat.

In District 4 Stacey Schmitt was running against incumbent Judy Robb. Schmitt received 100 votes and Robb retains the seat with 187 votes.

In the Hawkeye Community College seat, Luanne Lorenzen retains her seat on the board.

In the District 1 race, Stuart's seat there was 22 votes from the Clutier precinct and 241 in the Traer precinct and two absentee votes.

In the District 2 race, Pargeon's seat, there were 22 votes from the Clutier precinct and 237 from the Traer precinct and two absentee votes.

In the District 3 race Kennedy received 13 votes from the Clutier precinct, 138 from the Traer precinct and two absentee votes. Schmitt received 11 votes from the Clutier precinct and 116 from the Traer precinct.

District 4 reported nine votes for Schmitt from the Clutier precinct and 91 from the Traer precinct. Robb received 15 votes from the Clutier precinct, 170 from the Traer precinct and two absentee votes.

 
 

 

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