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Turnout low for school board elections

 

February 15, 2017 | View PDF



Quay County Magistrate Judge Timothy "TJ" O’Quinn and area school officials canvassed the Feb. 7 school board election results Friday at the Quay County Courthouse.

The Tucumcari, Logan and San Jon school board elections all included incumbent candidates running unopposed.

“The turnout for this election was low in every district in the county,” said Ellen White, county clerk.

The Public School Capital Improvements 2-Mill Tax Question for Logan schools failed due to having a tied vote of 38 for the question and 38 against.

House: 22 voters

• Position 1, Calvin C. Downey: 22

• Position 2, Rachelle D. Moon: 20

• Public School Capital Improvements 2 Mill Tax Question: 19 for and 1 against

Logan/Nara Visa: 76 Voters

• Position 4,William S. Osborn 64

• Position 5, Tom S. Humble: 58

• General Obligation School Bond Question: 40 for and 38 against

• Public School Capital Improvements 2 Mill Tax Question: 38 for and 38 against

San Jon: 41 voters

• Position 1, Franklin D. Gibson: 38

• Position 3, Cynthia K. Lee: 30

• Position 4, Pamela G. Slate: 38

• Public School Capital Improvements 2 Mill Tax Question: 31 for and 10 against

Tucumcari: 11 voters

• District 2, Christopher Michael Birch: 8

• District 3, Leif E. Gray: 3

 

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