Lakeville's School Board has a not-so-new-face joining the ranks.
Terry Lind, a former principal at Lakeview Elementary School, was elected to the school board on Nov. 6, joining incumbents Bob Erickson and Judy Keliher who were also re-elected.
Lind takes the seat of longtime Board Member Kathy Lewis who announced earlier this year she's retiring from public office after 22 years.
By the numbers, among all 22 precincts, Erickson led all vote getters with 11,948 votes, good for 22.46 percent of the total ballots cast. Lind finished second with 11,746 votes, or 22.12 percent. Keliher finished with 11,344 votes and 21.33 percent. Jennifer Harmening finished fourth with 10,055, or 18.90 percent. Lori Amborn, who dropped out of the race before the primaries, still managed 6,068 votes. Bader Alossaimi finished with just 1,832 votes.
In other school board news, Roz Peterson who was running for state legislature, lost to Will Morgan for the 56B House seat and will be returning to the school baord as a result.
For more election results, see our election results page.
Lakeville Patch will have far more on the elections on Wednesday.