Ben Blankley, candidate for Wichita school board, attends to his child while attending an election watch party at the Ambassador Hotel on Nov. 7. Blankley defeated incumbent Betty Arnold by 84 votes after a final canvass was held Monday.
Ben Blankley, candidate for Wichita school board, attends to his child while attending an election watch party at the Ambassador Hotel on Nov. 7. Blankley defeated incumbent Betty Arnold by 84 votes after a final canvass was held Monday. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Ben Blankley, candidate for Wichita school board, attends to his child while attending an election watch party at the Ambassador Hotel on Nov. 7. Blankley defeated incumbent Betty Arnold by 84 votes after a final canvass was held Monday. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
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