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Wipeout: 4 school board seats to diversity foes, Koopman loses; but Crowder wins easily

Posted by on Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 8:03 PM

Results are coming in -- and they're not close. In Raleigh, Meeker, Baldwin, Stephenson, McFarlane, Crowder, West re-elected; Bonner Gaylord in, John Odom back, Rodger Koopman out. Cary: Robinson-Bush not over (quite), but Robinson ahead; Smith in, and Robeson.

School board: Malone, Tedesco, Goldman, Prickett in; diversity out.

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