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Praisner, Fennel Win in MoCo District 4

Don Praisner, the widower of the late Montgomery County Council member Marilyn Praisner, yesterday won the Democratic nomination in District 4 to serve out the rest of her term. Mark Fennel won the GOP nomination. Here are the results, and here is Ann E. Marimow's story.

Praisner's defeat of School Board president Nancy Navarro in the Democratic contest marks the second election loss this year for the county teachers union this year. The Montgomery County Education Association put its muscle behind Navarro, who lost to Praisner by a 4 percent margin. In a February school board primary, the union's choice finished a distant third. Daniel de Vise covered that race.

By Anne Bartlett  |  April 16, 2008; 10:51 AM ET
 
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