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April 2009 Plato election results
In the April 2009 Plato R-V School Board elections in Pulaski, Texas, Wright and Laclede counties, the winning candidates were incumbent board president Mike Friend and board member Penny Morrison in a six-candidate field for a three-year regular term on the school board, and newcomer Kimberly Hodges won in a two-person race for a two-year unexpired term.
 
That slot had been held by incumbent board member Pete Scurlock who was appointed to fill a vacancy when a board member who had been re-elected in 2008 was found to be ineligible because she didn't file the required Missouri Ethics Commission reports; Scurlock tried but failed to win a three-year rather than a two-year seat, ending in fourth-place for that position.

 
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All
Counties
total
Plato R-V School District, 3 year term (2 elected)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Kevin L. Christensen
0
0
0
29
6
9
44
   Mike Friend (inc.)
0
10
10
109
16
51
186
   John Sponsel
0
4
4
36
0
18
58
   Pete Scurlock (inc.)
0
15
15
37
3
14
69
   Penny Morrison (inc.)
0
10
10
82
13
40
145
   Tina Routh
0
6
6
45
4
17
72
Plato R-V School District, 2 year term (1 elected)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   Kimberly A. (Murry) Hodges
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13
13
118
15
53
199
   Lee Atterberry
0
6
6
56
6
24
92

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