TIPP CITY — Voters in Tipp City elected two out of four candidates, Corine Doll and Joellen Heatherly, for the Tipp City Exempted Village School District board of education.
According to the unofficial results, Doll received 29 percent of the vote and Heatherly received 28 percent.
Doll said that she looks forward to getting to work on the board in January.
“I feel really fortunate to have run this race with three other outstanding candidates. I know that they were very well qualified as well and I feel honored and blessed that my community elected me,” Doll said.
As a teacher in another district, Doll said she’s never been on the policy side and she looks forward to having that opportunity.
“Now I can talk with the state board and tell them how we feel in Tipp City and have a bigger voice,” she said.
Heatherly also thanked the voters of Tipp City and said that she looks forward to working for the schools and serving the students.
“I feel fortunate that the Tipp City voters have confidence in my skills and passion for Tipp schools,” she said.
She said that all four candidates were well qualified to serve, adding, “regardless of the outcome, Tipp Schools win by having passionate people interested in the tradition of excellence in our schools.”
Eric Windeknecht and incumbent Frank Maus each received about 21 percent of the vote.
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