The school board managed to get from 15 candidates to 1 in just three votes.
In round 1 on June 25, each board member had five votes.
Here is how they voted:
Joe DiNunzio: Asmundson, Fulp-Cooke, Jackson, Klineberg and Panigrahi
Alan Fernandes: Asmundson, Jackson, Klineberg, Mauro and Taylor
Bob Poppenga: Asmundson, Darrah, Fulp-Cooke, Jackson, and Panigrahi.
That left Asmundson and Jackson with 4 votes, Klineberg and Fulp-Cooke with three, Taylor and Panigrahi with 2 going onto the next round with the other candidates as well as Darrah and Mauro not making the first cut.
Round 2 – each board member had two votes.
Adams voted for Jackson and Klineberg
DiNunzio voted for Asmunson and Klineberg
Fernandes for Asmundson and Klinberg
Poppenga for Asmundson and Fulp-Cooke
That left Asmundson and Klineberg with three votes each.
Round 3 – Asmundson versus Klineberg
Klineberg got three votes from Adams, DiNunzio and Fernandes
Bob Poppenga cast the lone vote for Asmundson.
It is worth noting that, at no point in time, did Bob Poppenga vote for Klineberg – which meant that Klineberg was not even in Bob Poppenga’s top 5.