Lewis new face on Rockford Board of Education

Incumbent David Keller remains on the Rockford Board of Education after earning a total of 1,484 votes in the Tuesday, May 4 election. In a close second seat bid, Jason C. Clauser

Tim Lewis

failed to earn a seat on the board with a total of 1,008 votes and Timothy James Lewis will be the new board member with his 1,111 votes.

Lewis said he appreciates the confidence in him that the votes represent. “I look forward to working with the board and getting to know more about the issues. I am happy for the opportunity to serve the community and our students.”

Lewis will be sworn in at the regular Monday Board of Education meeting on May 24.

David Keller

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