Control of school boards holds intrigue in many down ballot races

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While down-ballot races may not have gotten the lion’s share of attention Tuesday night, voters turned out across Central Mississippi to weigh in on a multitude of offices.

In the Madison County School District races, Ken McCoy won District 1 with 2,633 votes (53%), defeating Jason Dean with 2,291 votes.

In District 2, William Grissett overwhelmed Rylon Thompson with 3,356 votes (66%) to 1,740.

In the Rankin County School Board races, David Wayne Dyess took District 2 with 3,123 votes, followed by Linda Marie Braddy with 2,086.

In Rankin County District 4, Liza McKinion had 3,896 votes…

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