Angi Agle and Keys Fillauer, the two incumbents on the Oak Ridge Board of Education, have been re-elected to four year-terms, according to unofficial election results in Anderson and Roane counties.
Agle received the most votes, a total of 7,830 in the two counties. She earned 6,643 in Anderson County and 1,187 in Roane County.
Fillauer, the current school board chair, collected 7,196 between the two counties. He had 6,049 votes in Anderson County and 1,147 in Roane County.
A third candidate, Myra Mansfield, finished with about 1,800 votes fewer than Fillauer, or 5,686. She received 4,657 in Anderson County and 729 in Roane County.
The unofficial results were posted after all 27 precincts were counted in Anderson County and all 24 were counted in Roane County.
There were two seats open on the five-member Board of Education.
In Roane County, 3,063 votes were cast for Oak Ridge Board of Education, with about 82 percent of them cast during early voting. In Anderson County, 17,349 votes were cast in Oak Ridge Board of Education races, with about 68 percent of them cast during early voting.
The election was Tuesday, November 8.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
See the Anderson County Election Commission results here.
See the Roane County Election Commission results here.
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