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School boards get new representatives across El Paso and Teller counties

November 7, 2017 Updated: November 7, 2017 at 8:57 pm
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Here's a roundup of unofficial election results for school board seats in districts across El Paso and Teller counties:

◘ In Big Sandy School District 100J, Greg Mitchell and Chad Maranville beat out one other contender and will serve two-year terms, as will Nancy Sotomayor, who ran unopposed.

◘ In Cheyenne Mountain School District 12, Randle W. Case II and Nissa Steinhour were elected to four-year terms, and Susan Morris Mellow was elected to a two-year term. All ran unopposed.

◘ Cripple Creek-Victor School District RE-1 will have Timothy Braun, Tonya Martin and Dennis Jones serve four-year terms. Braun and Martin ran unopposed; Jones won over one opponent.

The district for Cripple Creek and Victor also won about 60 percent approval to implement "a combined plan of representation" for the board, which will have two director districts and three at-large directors.

◘ For Fremont School District RE-2, Linda Schmidt will serve a four-year term, and Andy Franklin a two-year term. Both ran unopposed. No one ran for three other open seats.

◘ Hanover School District 28 voters chose Edward A. Sweazy and Dwight Smith, from among six candidates, to serve four-year terms.

◘ Harrison School District 2 will see Linda M. Pugh, Steven R. Seibert and Jeannie Orozco serving four-year terms. They bested one other candidate.

◘ In Peyton School District 23JT, Jim Eckelberry, Bart Hanks and Julie Mannering will serve four-year terms. All ran unopposed.

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Contact Ellie Mulder: 636-0198

Twitter: @lemarie

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