The results of the contested school board races from throughout southeast Iowa during the Sept. 10, 2013 election.
Jane Abell says she will promote communication and community involvement if elected to the Keokuk School Board on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
Incumbent Alka Khanolkar believes recent decisions by the Keokuk School Board will lead to positive results for the entire school district.
Tim Wondra says he is seeking a second term on the Fort Madison School Board because there is more work to do throughout the district.
Gayla Young says she would bring several unique insights to the Fort Madison School Board if she is elected on Sept. 10.
Kimberly Ransdell says she entered the race for three seats on the Fort Madison School Board because she wants to get more involved in the community.
President Tyler McGhghy wants to remain on the Keokuk School Board so he can keep working to help students succeed in school and in life.
Incumbent Timm Lamb says he is seeking a second term on the Fort Madison School Board so he can provide more opportunities for students.