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Incumbents victorious at
North Platte

by Alan McArthur
Landmark reporter

There will be no change in the board members in the North Platte School District. Both of the incumbents won reelection to their seats on the board.

Tim Nash received 316 votes, Mike Fisher had 306 votes, and challenger Jon McLaughlin had 94 votes. There was 15 percent voter turnout in the school district election.

Nash received 43.95 percent of the votes cast.

“I guess I'm happy,” said Nash. “We'll see if we can keep the school going in the right direction.”

Fisher received 42.56 percent of the votes cast in the election.

“I am pleased. I want to thank everyone who voted for me,” said Fisher.

McLaughlin received 13.07 percent of the votes in the election. This is the third time McLaughlin has run for election to the board of education.

McLaughlin was unavailable for comment by deadline for this story.


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