Doolan, Seidel Win Board of Education Seats

Incumbent Jennifer Seidel ended with 34,684 votes.

Incumbent Jennifer Seidel and former public schools employee Jim Doolan have won the Carroll County Board of Education race.

Four candidates were vying for two seats on the Board of Education. With all 35 precincts reporting just after 11 p.m., the Maryland Board of Elections reports that Seidel got 29.5 percent of votes and Doolan ended up with 27.1 percent of the votes.

Ginger DiMaggio and incumbent Cynthia Foley were within three percentage points of eachother, DiMaggio with 22.9 percent and Foley with 20 percent of the votes.

Candidate Number of votes Percentage points Ginger DiMaggio 26,986 23 Jim Doolan 31,833 27.2 Cynthia Foley 23,531 20.1 Jennifer Seidel 34,684 29.6
watchingfive November 08, 2012 at 05:22 PM
Carroll Countians can occasionally get it right. Congratulations to the two qualified candidates on the ballot who both won.


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