Two new representatives will join the Keokuk school board after Tuesday's election.
The top vote getter was incumbent Alka Khanolkar with 559 votes followed by Jane Abell with 529 and Carrie Steele with 341. Incumbent Tyler McGhghy fell short in his reelection bid with 292 votes.
In the Fort Madison Public School District, there were seven candidates running for three openings.
Incumbents Tim Wondra (380) and Timm Lamb (362) were the top vote getters. Gayla Young grabbed the third seat by getting 193 votes. The rest of the vote totals go like this: Heather Wellman (183), Debbie Meyer (174), Kimberly Ransdell (142), and Jaime Seaney (101).
And voters within the Southeastern Community College district voted to continue a bonded levy for physical plant purposes.
With results from Henry County still out, 2045 voters had say yes to the bond measure and only 685 voted against it.
The college now has the authority to sell bonds totalling up to 15 million dollars over the next 20 years.
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