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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Stay the course

Hunter Mill incumbents held their seats on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and Fairfax County School Board.

For the supervisors seat, Catherine Hudgins took 57 percent of the vote, followed by Marie Huhtala, who took 23 percent, and Spike Williams, who took 16 percent. Interestingly, nearly 1,000 people, or 4 percent, wrote in another candidate's name on the ballot.

On the school board, incumbent Stuart Gibson beat Christine Arakelian, 61 to 39 percent.

You'll have to follow the link above to see the results of the real nail-biter of this election -- the Soil and Water District results. We can only hope the U.S. Supreme Court won't have to be called in to resolve any mauve-colored hanging chads.

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