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The top 50 coaches will be announced Sept. 19, and public voting then runs through Oct. 9, and the top 15 vote-getters will each earn a $5,000 award.
Moore was the top vote getter in the GOP primary, landing in the runoff with Sen. Luther Strange, who was appointed to the Senate seat after Jeff Sessions was confirmed as U.S. Attorney General.
In Kent’s District 4 race, Byron Madsen was the top vote-getter, with 7,267 votes.
Goal-getters: The dairy industry has committed to reducing the carbon footprint of dairy farms by 25% before 2020, but her farm has already surpassed that goal, says Sue.
With more than 4,000 votes cast, the top four vote-getters are: O'Neal (860 votes), Fournette (479), Peterson (415), and Faulk (392), with McDonald just on the cusp with 381 votes.
Incumbent Mike Kane and Sarah Kremer were the top vote-getters in the three-way primary in northwest Kansas City, Kan. Kane had 59 percent and Kremer 30 percent.
The older crew doesn’t want to be bossed around by someone younger, while the young go-getters grapple with how to establish authority without shaking things up too much.
Tide junior defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick and junior wide receiver Calvin Ridley were the top vote-getters, earning 232 of 243 possible votes.
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