Dublin School Board 2012: Miller, Cunningham and Tomlinson Win

Four candidates were running for three spots.

Dublin voters re-elected three incumbents to fill three seats on the Dublin School Board.

Click here for a live feed of early results from the Alameda County Registrar of Voters.

The four candidates were:

Cunningham, Miller and Tomlinson all won re-election.

Amy Miller says she is committed to serving.

"I am excited to being able to continue to serve," said Miller. "I learned the job and am happy I will be able give service to the public."

Gregory Tomlinson said he is happy about the election.

"I am so happy because there are so many great things in the district," he commented. "I am gratified that the voters are allowing me to continue."

Dan Cunningham is relieved the election is over.

"I am looking forward to continuing to work on improving our schools," he said.

James Moorhead, of the OneDublin.org believes the election was a good thing.

"It was a good thing that an eighteen-year-old decided to enter the race because it required the incumbents to work for their position and run a campaign," he said. "As a result, the public knows more about the school board. I hope Austin [Ogden] will take time to reflect because he worked really hard."

Dana Ogden November 07, 2012 at 04:57 PM
Yes, I agree and now it will be interesting to see how our School Board handles filling in for Dave Haubert's seat? Will Amy, Dan and Greg appoint Austin to fill the seat? Will James do what he says, and support Austin's appointment?
Mita Hartland November 08, 2012 at 05:13 PM
I sincerely hope that the Board will consider appointing Austin Ogden to the seat vacated by David Haubert. As a recent graduate of Dublin High, Austin brings a unique perspective and will be a perfect complement to the efforts already underway. He has proven with his fortitude and commitment to his campaign and by earning over 22% of the vote that he deserves to serve on the board. I realize that a lot of thought goes into making the appropriate selection and I hope that the Board recognizes Austin as the most qualified candidate.


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