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Herrin Defeats Jackson in School Board Run-off


web posted April 6, 2011

JOHNSTON – The long and contested run-off between School Board candidates William Herrin and Nathanial Jackson is over. Mr. Herrin took the seat Tuesday night after a run-off election was held and found Herrin drawing 62% of the votes. Jackson, who won a plurality of the votes in November putting him into a run-off from a three way race drew attention due to Jackson's previous conviction for a Federal conviction and 8 year sentence for cocaine trafficking.

Herring captured 275 votes to Jackson's 165. Election Commission Chairman David Satcher said the result are un-official until they are certified by the commission this coming Friday and that voter turn-out was low.

The margin of victory by candidate Herrin would also prevent Jackson from trying to contest the outcome.

Once the results are certified by the county and the state, Mr. Herrin will replace sitting member Mary Alice Jackson on the School Board at the next meeting.






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