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EDITOR'S NOTE: Because of an editor's error, a chart listing the vote totals and winners of the Fitchburg School Committee election was incorrect on Page B6 in yesterday's Telegram & Gazette. Sally H. Cragin, Glenn A. Capone and Thomas Rousseau were elected to four-year terms, outpolling John B. Chittick and Bruce W. Marien. James P. Reynolds won a two-year term, beating Peter V. Stephens. The correct totals:

X Elected ... * Incumbent


(four years)

X Sally H. Cragin ... 4,240

X * Glenn A. Capone ... 3,961

X Thomas Rousseau ... 3,254

John B. Chittick ... 3,085

Bruce W. Marien ... 1,827


(two years)

X James P. Reynolds ... 3,501

Peter V. Stephens ... 3,461
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Title Annotation:LOCAL NEWS
Publication:Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Date:Nov 8, 2007
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