Spring Election 2016: Wilmot Union High School board results

Early results are in for the Wilmot Union High School District board race.

Three seats will be filled. At about 8:35 p.m. with 4 of 8 polls reporting unofficial results are:

  • Sue Gerber 149 (25%).
  • Wayne Trongeau 116 (20%).
  • Steven Turner 110 (19%).
  • Roger W. Johnson  103 (18%).
  • Marcie Badtke 100 (17%)

UPDATE 9:23 p.m. — With 5 of 8 polls reporting:

  • Sue Gerber 1,017 (23%).
  • Wayne Trongeau 927 (21%).
  • Marcie Badtke 900 (21%).
  • Steven Turner 865 (20%).
  • Roger W. Johnson 650 (15%).

UPDATE 9:37 p.m. — With 6 of 8 polls reporting:

  • Sue Gerber 1,220 (23%).
  • Marcie Badtke 1,068 (21%).
  • Wayne Trongeau 1,065 (20%).
  • Steven Turner 1,026 (20%).
  • Roger W. Johnson 798 (15%).

UPDATE 10:21 p.m. — With additional results from 6 of 8 polls reporting:

  • Sue Gerber 1,803 (24%).
  • Marcie Badtke 1,599 (21%).
  • Steven Turner 1,550 (20%).
  • Wayne Trongeau 1,463 (19%).
  • Roger W. Johnson 1,198 (16%).

UPDATE 12:46 p.m. — With 8 of 8 polls reporting all unofficial results:

  • Sue Gerber 2396 (24%).
  • Steven Turner  2107 (21%).
  • Wayne Trongeau 2059 (20%).
  • Marcie Badtke 2034 (20%).
  • Roger W. Johnson 1536 (15%).
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  1. Tom says:

    Can’t believe people would vote for someone to run a school board who couldn’t even run a village! Wake up people!!!

  2. Pam says:

    At least she kept a Village to run and didn’t get rid of everything.

  3. Sl Goverment says:

    Silver Lake just voted all of them out. They did it for good reason. Beware.

  4. Bob Vila says:

    My crystal ball tells me that soon Wilmot will have a library makeover, with the help from Central High School.
    This should be exciting !!

  5. One person says:

    While I admit I’m surprised at the final voting numbers…I have faith in the existing Wilmot School Board – one newcomer will not upset the future of the school. Congratulations to Ms Gerber. There are a lot of good things going on at Wilmot for “our” students – let’s keep it that way.

  6. Tony says:

    2396 ignorant people. Don’t let her in charge of the checkbook!

  7. Tom says:

    She got rid of everything? The streets are still patrolled by the police. We now have a 24/7 fire department. We now have fully trained and licensed paramedics. Hmmmm.

  8. To Tom says:

    The streets are not being patrolled. If you drive through town during patrol hours you’ll see two squads parked next to each other talking for hours at a time, or you’ll see them taking radar along the main road waiting to give a speeding ticket to another Silver Lake resident. They have no clue about anything that is going on in town , drugs, vandalism, etc. As far as 24/7 fire and licensed /trained paramedics, all I can say is hopefully there isn’t a train going through town when you or loved one is having a heart attack

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