SHELBY -- Four candidates were seeking three seats on the Shelby Board of Education in the Nov. 2 General Election.

The final unofficial results: Kim Nadolsky, 1,799; Scott Rose, 1,664; Randy Broderick, 1,623; Lynn Friebel,1,447. The top three vote-getters win the seats. All but Nadolsky were incumbents heading into Tuesday's election.

Nadolsky is a retired educator of 34 years.

"I believe my background will provide valuable insight into policies and decisions that affect our schools," she said in her campaign questionnaire. 

Rose said in his campaign questionnaire: "It is important to me to provide an effective learning environment that helps not only our students but also gives support to our teachers, as well. I want to continue to be part of the solution."

Rose is an inside sales representative at ArcelorMittal.

In a campaign questionnaire, Broderick was asked about the most important issue in his campaign. "Maintaining a safe working and learning environment for our students and staff while delivering the highest quality education possible," he said.

Broderick currently serves as vice president of the Shelby Board of Education. He is a truck driver for FedEx Freight

The other two Shelby School Board members, Lorie White and Carl Ridenour, were not up for reelection this year.

Check the Shelby Daily Globe, its e-edition and shelbydailyglobe.com for updates.

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