LaDouceur, Skarperud, McIntyre nab top votes for Grand Forks Park Board
With 11 of 11 precincts fully reporting, LaDouceur had 26.94% of the vote, followed by Tim Skarperud with 26.37% and Jordan McIntyre with 25%.
GRAND FORKS — Incumbent Greg LaDouceur led the vote in a field of four candidates vying for three spots on the Grand Forks Park District Board of Commissioners.
With 11 of 11 precincts fully reporting, LaDouceur had 26.94% of the vote, followed by Tim Skarperud with 26.37% and Jordan McIntyre with 25%. As of about 9:30 p.m., the North Dakota Secretary of State’s Office had called the race for the three. Terry Dvorak had 21% of the vote. In total, 12,260 votes were cast.
Vote totals are unofficial, preliminary results.
McIntyre is the only candidate in this year’s Grand Forks Park Board election that did not already hold a position on the board. LaDouceur has served on the Grand Forks Park Board since 2002, and was elected vice president in 2020. Skarperud has served on the board since 2010, and was elected as the board’s president in 2020. Dvorak, who was not reelected this year, was elected as a commissioner on the board in 2018, and serves as the president of the Grand Forks Parks and Recreation Foundation.
Grand Forks Park Board members oversee the city’s parks, pools, golf courses and other recreational areas. Park District commissioners are paid $4,200 annually for serving on the Park Board.