Tedeschi, Kegley to fill Northwestern board seats

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Residents of Clark and Champaign Counties went to the polls Tuesday to cast their votes.

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Jospeh Tedeschi and Dan Kegley will fill two open seats on Northwestern Local School District’s Board of Education, according to unofficial results from the Clark County Board of Elections.

Tedeschi, the only incumbent in the race, received 24.83%, or 710 votes. Kegley received 21.05%, or 602. according to unofficial results from the Clark County Board of Elections.

Both Tedeschi and Kegley were not available for comment after the election on Tuesday night.

Tedeschi was appointed to Northwestern’s board in June of this year after Elizabeth “Libbee” Hasting resigned “due to a disability.”

He is also a sergeant with the Springfield Police Division and holds an associates degree in criminal justice from Eastern Gateway Community College.

Kegley is the owner of Dan Kegley Construction located in Springfield. He is a board member of the Building Industry Association of Clark County, where he is the president, and a board member of the Zoning Commission Board of German Township.

Northwestern Local School District’s Board of Education, according to early and absentee voting numbers posted by the Clark County Board of Elections.

The six candidates on the ballot included one incumbent, Joseph Tedeschi. The five others that were vying for a seat included Jill Acuff, Karen Elder, Brian Hart, Dan Kegley and Ryan Wallace.

Elder leads with 24.52%, followed by Kegley with 20.65%.

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The Northwestern Local School District recently scored the highest grade in Clark County on state report cards with an overall B grade. The district has almost 2,000 students enrolled.

The Springfield News-Sun will update results asa ballots are returned tonight.

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