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Curtis, Smee, Smee win school board seats for Cape Girardeau School District No. 63

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CAPE GIRARDEAU COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

Voters in Cape Girardeau have elected two new members to the school board for District 63, and re-elected another member to a fourth term.

Tracy Curtis took in 23% of the vote with 800 total votes in favor. Jared Ritter was also elected to the board with 696 votes, or 20%.

Tony Smee was re-elected to the board with  706 votess, or 20%.

Two other candidates also ran but were defeated:

  • Melissa "Missy" Herbst Smith - 688 votes (19%)
  • Philip "Phil" Moore - 646 (18%) 

This will be for a three-year term.

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