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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

 11:45 PM 

Local Races Set for April Election

Eight Madison City Council races, a Madison school district board race and two Milwaukee school board races have been set as a result from tonight's primary.

Madison City Council
Marsha Rummel, who received 68 percent of the vote, will face Carl Durocher, who received 15 percent of the votes, in the District 6 race. The two bested Brooks McGrath (5 percent) and Adam Casey (12 percent).

Brian Solomon, who received 72 percent of the vote, will face Chris Ogden, who received 17 percent of the vote, in the District 10 race. The two bested Thomas M. McClure (6 percent) and Nick Dorneanu (4 percent).

Incumbent Alderman Tim Gruber, who received 46 percent of the vote, will face Chris Schmidt, who received 43 percent of the vote, in the District 11 race. The two bested Sandra Lynne Saul (10 percent).

Satya Rhodes-Conway, who received 34 percent of the vote, will face Mark Deadman, who received 34 percent of the vote, in the District 12 race. The two bested Michael A. Basford (29 percent) and Marcus Watson (3 percent).

Julia Kerr, who received 74 percent of the vote, will face Duane Steinhauer, who received 14 percent of the vote, in the District 13 race. The two bested Mike Clark (11 percent).

Incumbent Alderman Larry Palm, who received 50 percent of the vote, will face Vicky Selkowek, who received 40 percent of the vote, in the District 15 race. The two bested Mark Schmitt (9 percent).

Joe Clausius, who received 55 percent of the vote, will face Sarah H. Florino, who received 23 percent of the vote, in the District 17 race. The two bested Mary E. Thornton (21 percent).

Michael Schumacer, who received 49 percent of the vote, will face Jon Becker, who received 36 percent of the vote, in the District 18 race. The two bested Benito Juarez Olivas (10 percent) and Andy Lindgren (4 percent).

Madison Metro School District
Beth Moss, who received 50 percent of the vote, will face Rick Thomas, who received 26 percent of the vote, in the MMSD Board Seat 3 race. The two bested Pam Cross-Leone (22 percent).

Milwaukee School Board
Michael Bonds, who received 39 percent of the vote, will face Stephanie Findley, who received 29 percent of the vote, in the Milwaukee School 3rd District race. The two bested Leon Todd (24 percent) and Markus Watts (8 percent).

Terry Falk, who received 44 percent of the vote, will face School Board President Joe Dannecker, who received 44 percent of the vote, in the Milwaukee School District 8th District race. The two bested Tricia Young (19 percent).

The citywide at-large seat was not decided at the time of this posting.

-- By Matt Dolbey

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