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Winner determined for USD 337 board position
11/19/2019

(KNZA)--The race for a position on the Royal Valley USD 337 Board of Education has been finalized.

Following the counting of 12 provisional ballots during a canvass of election ballots Friday by the Jackson County Commission, Jacob “ Tug” Wamego was determined to be the winner for position 1 on the Board.

Wamego received a total of 213 votes, while Michael Boswell received a total of 209 votes in the race for the same seat.

Unofficial results following the November 5 election showed Boswell leading Wamego by a 4-vote margin.

The position is currently held by Jim O'Toole who did not seek re-election.

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