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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

By the numbers

Posted By on Wed, Sep 20, 2006 at 5:25 AM

For those of you who like such things (we do), here's a link to the precinct-by-precinct nubmers in the school board elections yesterday.

It's about like we wrote last night in the big race for Zone 3 in Little Rock.

Melanie Fox, who won by 402 votes and had strength across the zone, got a big chunk of the win at the fire station on Kavanaugh in the Heights. She carried it 498 to 221, or by 277 votes. Carol Roddy, as expected won the zone's other largest precinct by a big margin. She carried Pulaski Heights Presbyterian in Hillcrest by 352-178, or 174 votes.

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