Mail-in votes may change fate of Rockford School Board President

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ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — Mail in votes may swing the results of Tuesday’s election for one of Rockford School Board seats.

Challenger Kamrin Muhammad looks to possibly unseat Ken Scrivano in District C as the too-close-to call race narrowed Thursday morning, with Muhammad leading by six votes as mail in ballots are tallied.

Scrivano is currently school board president.  He’s held the District C seat since 2011.

It’s not known when all of the mail in votes will be counted and the election results made official.

Click here for a list of all election results.

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