Lamont and Bruell win Re-1 seats |

Lamont and Bruell win Re-1 seats

Post Independent Staff Report
Aspen, CO Colorado

GLENWOOD SPRINGS ” Voters in the Roaring Fork School District (Re-1) made a loud statement when they elected two newcomers to the board Tuesday.

According to unofficial results, Bill Lamont defeated incumbent Bruce Wampler and Debbie Bruell unseated incumbent Brad Zeigel.

Both races were easy wins for the challengers ” Lamont won 1,905 to 1,265, and Bruell posted a 1,978-to-1,077 victory.

Both Lamont and Bruell campaigned hard to become new members of the board in a school district that includes schools in Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Basalt.

Lamont and Bruell both live in the Carbondale area.

They will begin serving their four-year terms later this month or early December.

Myles Rovig was also elected to the board. He ran unopposed for a seat that was occupied by Sonja Linman, who decided not to run after she was appointed to the board earlier this year.

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