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Democrats, Republicans win one, lose one in Woolwich

By Nikita Biryukov, November 07 2018 6:52 am

Voters in Woolwich elected one candidate from each of the two slates in the running.  That’s enough to return control to Democrats for he first time since 2011.

Democrat Natalie Matthias was the top vote-getter with about 2,403 votes, roughly 26% of those cast.

Woolwich School Board President Craig Frederick, a Republican, came in second with 2,369 votes, about 25%.

His fellow Republican candidate, Beth Sawyer, placed third with 2,321 votes, also receiving roughly 25% of votes.

Democrat Jeremiah Hawkins came in last with 2,214 votes to his name. That’s about 24%.

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