Two incumbents and one new candidate have been elected to the Wausau School Board.
With 100 percent of the vote counted, incumbents Jane Rusch and Theresa Miles won their bids for re-election, while newcomer James Bouche was also elected.
Rusch was the top vote-getter with 4,816 votes, followed by Bouche, who had 4,490. Miles was third with 4,380 votes. Rusch, Bouche, and Miles will serve three-year terms beginning April 22.
Mark Holdhusen, Liberty Heidmann and L. Voigt Smith also ran for positions on the board but were not successful. See the full election results here.