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December 4, 2013

One day remains in filing period for school boards, Marlow City Council

DUNCAN — Incumbents and newcomers have filed for school board positions for Duncan, Marlow, Comanche, Velma-Alma and Red River Technology Center, and two people have filed for Marlow City Council.

The filing period began Monday and will continue through 5 p.m. today at the Stephens County Election Board Office. So far, only one school board position has resulted in a election.

Ericka Carmon and Gayle Repp filed for Central High School Board Office No. 4. This is one of the few times during this filing period the incumbent hasn’t filed for re-election.

For Duncan Public Schools, Demetra Cox filed for school board office 4. Lisa Presgrove is the incumbent for the seat. If Presgrove or anyone else files today, there will be an election for this school board office, too.

Travis Ortega filed for re-election of Marlow Board of Education. Chuck Dunlap filed for re-election for the Comanche Board of Education. For Grandview Board of Education, incumbent Kevin Lindesmith filed. Empire Board of Education incumbent Sheresa Patrick filed for re-election.

Incumbents Jimmy Nichols filed for Office 4 and Andy McGuired filed for Office 1 of the Velma-Alma Board of Education. Red River Technology Center has two positions up during this filing period. So far, the two incumbents Ricky Sanders and Kristie Gaines have filed for re-election.

Three people have filed for the Marlow City Council, including two for the same position. Christopher Railey and Mick Davis filed for Ward 2, which will result in an election between the two. Brian L. Webb filed for Ward 4.

No one has filed for Bray-Doyle school boards.

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