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School Boards across county will see new faces

Carroll County School Board

Charlotte Tucker and Mike Foster who ran as an independent candidates for the Carroll County School Board, will be  newcomers on the board. Tucker received 1,600 votes and is representing District 3. Foster is representing District 1 and received 1,050 votes.

 Deborah Broadbent, who was a candidate for District 2, garnered 1,078 votes. 

An unexpired term in District 2  will have to be filled by the county commission since no one qualified for the position.

Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District

James “Jim” Holder, a newcomer, was elected to the Hollow Rock-Bruceton Special School District Board. He received 24 votes to his opponent, Vicki L. Brown’s 16 votes. He will represent the 17th District and ran as an independent.

April Hampton, who ran as an independent candidate from the 16th District At-Large, received 82 votes. Michael Graves, who was an independent  candidate from the 15th District, had 19 votes. Brandy Boyd, who ran unopposed as a Republican, from the 16th District, Town of Bruceton, had 147  votes.

Huntingdon Special School District At Large

One new board member for the Huntingdon Special School District was elected. Kennedy White, who ran as an independent candidate, had 623 votes. Incumbent Ryan C lay Nolen, who ran as an independent, had 1,191.

Unsuccessful candidates were Clark White, who ran as an independent candidate and had 465 votes and Rakaya Humphreys, who was was an independent candidate and had 332 votes.

McKenzie Special School District At Large

Spiros Roditis and Bobby Young are new to the McKenzie Special School District Board of Education. Roditis had 665 votes and Young had 605.

Incumbents  George Cassidy and LaShonda Williams had 646 and 591 votes, respectively.

Dorothea Renee Hobson, who had 533 votes,  was not elected.

All the candidates ran as independents.

South Carroll Special School District At Large

Incumbents Tom Miller, who had 360 votes and Christy Blount, who had 252 votes, will keep their seats on the South Carroll Special School Board Election. Miller ran as a Republican and Blount as an independent.

Jimmy D. McClure and Colton Moore were not elected. Moore had 172 votes and McClure had 144. Both were independents.

West Carroll Special School District

Three new board members were elected to the West Carroll Special School District Board. They included Betty Wallace, from the Old County District, Keith Murray from the Old Atwood District and Kelly M. Weaver from the Old Trezevant District. All three ran as independents. Wallace received 239 votes while Weaver received 208 and Murray got 244. Patrick E . Lindsey, the incumbent,  from the Old County District, received 184 votes and was not reelected. Jared Mims, who was also a candidate in the Old County District,  received 75 votes .Lindsey ran as a Republican and Mims was an independent.

City of Clarksburg Election

Mayor Howell Wayne Tod, who ran an an independent, received 97 votes.He had no opponents.

City of Clarksburg Alderman

Barbara A. McClure and Judy Grant Smith were elected asincumbents to the City of Clarksburg Board. Both McClure and Smith received 87 votes each.

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