2 newcomers capture NV education board seats

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Updated: 11/07/2012 1:43 pm

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Two newcomers and an incumbent have captured seats on the State Board of Education.

Dave Cook of Carson City won re-election Tuesday, while Las Vegans Alexis Gonzales-Black and Allison Serafin claimed first terms.

Cook defeated Donna Clontz, Gonzales-Black beat Forrest Darby and Serafin cruised to victory over Ed Klapproth.

All three of the winners have teaching experience.

The non-partisan board members establish policies that govern the state's schools. Their terms are for four years.

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