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Voters in Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant cast ballots that echo the rest of the community.
Incumbent candidates Julie McKenna, Christopher Eperjesy and newcomer Michael Frontier are the three top vote-getters and will take seats on the Racine Unified School Board.
Voters headed to the polls Tuesday to choose a new president and seat three trustees; Mark Gleason for president, and David DeGroot, John Hewitt and Sonny Havn for trustee.
Sturtevant voters cast more ballots for incumbent President Steve Jansen than Trustee John Johnson.
Voter traffic was reported as steady throughout the day for the Spring election.
Don't fill out a ballot until you've gone through our very handy 2013 Spring Election Guide. We have candidate information and everything you need to know before heading out to cast your ballot.
Two incumbents and four newcomers are running for three seats on the Racine Unified School District's Board of Education.
Incumbent President Steve Jansen and Trustee John Johnson are running for village president in Sturtevant.
Incumbents John Johnson, Chris Larsen and Chris Wright along with former Trustee Daryl Lynaugh are running for two-year terms on the Village Board.
Four newcomers - David DeGroot, Chuck Haakma, Steve Herek and Ronald Molnar - along with incumbents Sonny Havn and John Hewitt are running to fill three seats on the Mount Pleasant Village Board.
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