Newcomers Kevin Klimek and Michelle Schofield along with incumbent Michael Bembenek won the three open seats on the Brown Deer School Board in Tuesday's election.
Klimek, who ran unsuccessfully for the board a year ago, led all candidates with 1,310 votes. Bembenek, who also ran unsuccessfully for the board two years ago and was appointed last summer to fill the remainder of Kathy Stresman's term, had 1,281 votes. Schofield had 1,259 votes, while incumbent Leslie Galloway Sherard lost her seat, earning 1,210 votes. Sherard is completing a three-year term on the board.
Election results remain unofficial until certified by the board of canvassers, which meet after press deadline.
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