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Incumbents win in 5-way Cape Elizabeth School Board race; no surprises in uncontested Town Council race

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Incumbents win in 5-way Cape Elizabeth School Board race; no surprises in uncontested Town Council race

CAPE ELIZABETH — The three incumbents all won re-election for the five-way race for three seats on the School Board.

Incumbent Kate Williams-Hewitt received the most votes with, 3,236, followed by John Christie, 2,629, and David Hillman, 2,245. Opponents Bill Gross and Michael Goulding received 1,753 and 1,477, respectively.

No write-in candidates made a challenge to three uncontested Town Council seats, which had two incumbents, Jessica Sullivan and Jim Walsh, as well as second-time candidate, Jamie Wagner, who lost his first bid for the seat in 2010.

Will Graff can be reached at 781-3661 ext. 123 or wgraff@theforecaster.net. Follow him on Twitter: @W_C_Graff.

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David Hillman

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Bill Gross

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John Christie

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Kate Williams-Hewitt

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Michael Goulding