Former Tangipahoa Parish School Board member Eric Dangerfield won election Tuesday night to the seat he vacated in July.

Dangerfield garnered 1,848 votes, or 64.8 percent of the votes cast in District G, while opponent Tara Hudgins received 1,003 votes, or 35.2 percent, according to complete but unofficial returns posted on the Secretary of State’s website.

Incumbents Gail Pittman-McDaniel, Sandra Bailey-Simmons and Rose Quave Dominguez won re-election to their seats in Districts B, H and I, respectively. Each garnered more than 60 percent of the vote in her district.

Walter Daniels and Eric Brumfield will square off on Dec. 6 for the District A seat, after garnering 43.2 percent and 31.5 percent of the vote, respectively. Jimmy Richardson came in third, at 26.3 percent.

Newcomers Therese Domiano and Mike Whitlow gained election to the Districts D and F seats, respectively.

Domiano garnered 51.1 percent of the vote, while opponent Mark Camelo received 48.9 percent.

Whitlow earned 66.4 percent of the vote, while opponent Joyce Young garnered 33.6 percent.

Board members Andy Anderson and Brett Duncan were re-elected without opposition in Districts C and E, respectively.

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