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Jacobs, Duffy, Dewitt win in Anitoch-Lake Villa D117

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  • Sandy Jacobs

      Sandy Jacobs

  • Kari King Duffy

      Kari King Duffy

  • Kenneth Dewitt

      Kenneth Dewitt

 
By Korrina Grom
Daily Herald Correspondent

Sandy Jacobs, Kari King Duffy and Kenneth Dewitt won a five-way race for three seats on the Antioch-Lake Villa Area High School District 117 board.

With all 39 precincts reporting Tuesday night, unofficial results showed incumbent Jacobs, a schoolteacher, had received 1,339 votes; Duffy, a Carthage College professor, had 1,030, and former Millburn District 24 board member Dewitt with 884.

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They outpaced business owner Robert Buehler, who had 797 votes, and high school administrator Merry Quinn-Krajniak, who had 690, in the election for three, 4-year terms. All vote totals are unofficial and will not be official until the board canvasses the vote later this month.

Incumbent Ronald Mathias ran unopposed for an unexpired 2-year term.

The new board members face the challenge of balancing the district's budget in the face of declining revenues.

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