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Unofficial results of Birmingham Board of Education elections

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April Williams retained her District 8 seat on the Birmingham Board of Education Tuesday night. (abc3340.com) April Williams retained her District 8 seat on the Birmingham Board of Education Tuesday night. (abc3340.com)

Overview of the 2013 Birmingham Board of Education elections results from Tuesday night.

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BOE District 1

Results:

Sherman Collins Jr. -- 970 votes -- 30%

Douglas Lee Ragland -- 862 votes -- 27%

Tyrone H. Belcher Sr. (I) -- 780 votes -- 24%

Jerry Tate -- 585 votes -- 18%

Winner:  None -- Runoff between Collins and Ragland.

BOE District 2

Results:

Lyord Watson -- 1,510 votes -- 62%

Virginia Volker (I) -- 927 votes -- 38%

Winner:  Watson

BOE District 4

Results:

Gwen P. Sykes -- 1,235 votes -- 41%

Daagye Hendricks -- 1,185 votes -- 39%

Rodney Huntley -- 1,235 votes -- 19%

Winner:  None -- Runoff between Sykes and Hendricks.

BOE District 5

Results:

Randall Woodfin -- 1,821 votes -- 70%

Martha Casey McDowell -- 766 votes -- 30% 

Winner:  Woodfin

BOE District 6

Results:

Cheri A. Gardner -- 1,231 votes -- 35%

Gwendolyn Thomas Bell -- 898 votes -- 26%

Lavon Beard -- 598 votes -- 17%

Ervin Philemon Hill Sr. -- 450 votes, 13%

Joy A. Smith -- 320 votes -- 9%

Winner:  None -- Runoff between Gardner and Bell.

BOE District 7

Results:

Wardine Alexander (I) -- 1,911 votes -- 51%

Lawrence Jackson -- 1,480 votes -- 40%

Darius Moore -- 343 votes -- 9%

Winner:  Alexander

BOE District 8

Results:

April Myers Williams (I) -- 1,785 votes -- 58%

Patricia Bozeman-Henderson -- 1,071 votes -- 35%

Antwon B. Womack -- 216 votes -- 7%

Winner:  Williams

BOE District 9

Results:

Sandra K. Brown -- 2,717 votes -- 70%

Emanuel B. Ford (I) -- 1,142 votes -- 30%

Winner:  Brown

Link:  Download .pdf of 2013 unofficial municipal elections results in Birmingham.

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