BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. ? Incumbents Margaret H. Zembower and Margaret B. Gordon were two of the three apparent winners in the nonpartisan race for three seats on the Morgan County Board of Education.
In complete, but unofficial results from Tuesday's primary, newcomer David R. Ambrose topped all candidates with 1,061 votes. Gordon was second with 1,008 votes.
Zembower, a retired educator from Paw Paw, W.Va., will continue to represent District 1. She had 980 votes.
Gordon, an attorney from Berkeley Springs, will represent District 2 for another four years if the results stand.
If the results stand, Ambrose, a retired educator in Berkeley County, will represent District 3. He's a resident of Berkeley Springs.
Also receiving votes were Larry Schultz with 971 votes, Jim Golden with 800 voters and Bill Mackinson with 301.
Ambrose, Schultz, Golden and Mackinson all are from District 3. The term length is four years and the salary is $160 per meeting. The new Board of Education will form in July.