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Tomah Area School District voters shrink school board field from eight to six

Tomah Area School District voters shrink school board field from eight to six

From the By the numbers: Key results from Tuesday's primary series
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Tomah Area School District voters Tuesday picked the six Tomah School Board candidates who will advance to the April 7 general election.

With all precincts reporting, Michael Gnewikow topped the eight-candidates field with 1,338 votes with Susan Bloom close behind at 1,317.

Also advancing to the general eleciton were Rick Murray (1,037), Kirk Arity (828) and Spencer Stephens (791) and Mitchell Koel (525).

Richard Taylor (502) and Wayne Kling (386) finished seventh and eighth and were eliminated.

Bloom won the most votes in the city of Tomah with Gnewikow finishing second and Murray third.

None of the three incumbents − Jerry Fushianes, Nancy McCoy and John McMullen − sought re-election.

The top three vote-getters in the general election will win three-year terms.

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Steve Rundio is editor of the Tomah Journal. Contact him at 608-374-7785.

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