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Welcome to the School Board Elections portal, where you will find information about elections in school districts across the United States. Ballotpedia is working to provide full coverage of the top 1,000* school districts by 2016, and will eventually cover each and every one. This information equips parents, teachers and concerned citizens everywhere to participate in this important element of children's education.  
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Welcome to the School Board Elections portal, where you will find information about elections in school districts across the United States. Ballotpedia is working to provide full coverage of the top 1,000 school districts in the country, as measured by enrollment. This information will equips parents, teachers and concerned citizens everywhere to participate in this important element of children's education.  
 
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Incumbents dominate in two Alaska school board elections, Alabama runoff decided Oct 08, 2014

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By Lauren Dixon

Incumbents dominated in two Alaska school board elections held on October 7, 2014, although only one district actually needed to send voters to the ballot box. The incumbents largely succeeded through a lack of opposition, since just two seats were contested.

The Fairbanks North Star Borough School District Board of Education had three seats up for election this year. Challenger Michael O'Brien triumphed over incumbent John Thies for Seat E, while incumbent Wendy Charmaine Dominique defeated newcomer Denis Gardella for Seat G. Incumbent Sean Rice ran unopposed to retain Seat G.

On the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District Board of Education, both incumbents ran unopposed. R. "Ole" Larson and Tiffany R. Scott were re-elected to Seats D and E, respectively.

Elsewhere in the country, the fate of an Alabama runoff election on the Huntsville City Schools Board of Education was also decided following a close August election. Challenger Elisa Ferrell defeated Anson Knowles by just 408 votes to win the District 3 seat and a four-year term.

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