Virginia picks new mayor, elects school board

    Virginia voters picked a new mayor, giving former alderman Reginald Brunk 59 percent of the vote.
    Unofficial returns in Tuesday’s balloting showed Brunk with 312 votes. Incumbent Mayor Steve Sudbrink finished second with 157 votes or 30 percent. Alderman Steve Clark came in third with 42 votes and Alderman Steve Anderson finished fourth with 16 votes.
    Brunk will take office at the May 8 City Council session. Clark gave up his chance to remain on the council by running for mayor. Anderson remains on the council.

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