Durick Eder wins special Duluth School Board election
Duluth School Board at-large member Kelly Durick Eder won a special election Tuesday.
Durick Eder was running unopposed in a special election to fill the remaining year of the seat left vacant by Josh Gorham last year. Durick Eder was appointed to the seat by the Duluth School Board in October 2019 for one year until a special election could be held.
"I look forward to serving all of our amazing students, families, staff, and teachers of (Duluth Public Schools)," Durick Eder said. "I am honored to work with my dedicated colleagues on the School Board and Superintendent John Magas in providing our kids with the best education possible during these tumultuous times."
With 39 of 40 precincts reporting at 10:45 p.m. Tuesday Durick Eder had 98.12% of the vote. Write-in candidates received 1.88% of the vote.