Cindy Ferguson joins two incumbents as school trustee in Agassiz Harrison

Newcomers to Fraser Cascade school district in Hope as well

  • Nov. 16, 2014 6:00 p.m.

Two incumbents kept their seats, and one newcomer was elected, in the Agassiz-Harrison portion of the Fraser Cascade school trustee race.

Incumbent Ron Johnstone led the polls with 1,286 votes. Newcomer Cindy Ferguson earned her first spot at the table with 1,052 votes. And Rose Tustian, also an incumbent, earned 784 votes.

The trio will sit as trustees for the next four years, along with three trustees who will represent Hope and one trustee who represents the Canyon area.

The Hope trustees are now John Koopman, Heather Stewin and Linda McMullan. Tom Hendrickson is the long standing Canyon area trustee.

Agassiz Harrison trustee Al Fraser did not run for re-election.

Hope trustees Pat Furness and Marv Cope did not earn enough votes to regain their seats.

Also running in Agassiz Harrison were Marilyn Warren (606 votes), Fiona Delcourt (577), and Leah Ochoa (349).

 

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