April 15, 2003 Regular News Three elected to the Bar board, one runoff set Three elected to the Bar board, one runoff set Three board races were decided and another wound up in a runoff in March Bar Board of Governors elections.For the Young Lawyers Division, five races were decided for the YLD board, while a sixth went to a runoff.With the senior BoG, Raleigh W. Greene III, who got 369 votes, will face Murray B. Silverstein, who got 296 votes, in the Sixth Circuit, Seat 2 race. They bettered Lynn Howell, who got 206 votes, and Denis A. Cohr, who got 79, in the first round of balloting.Ballots for the runoff were mailed around April 1 and must be returned to the Bar’s election company no later than midnight April 21. Bar members also have the option of voting online.In the other board races, Gwynne A. Young defeated Daniel P. Mitchell in the 13th Circuit, Seat 3, 954 to 576; Jerald S. Beer outpolled Richard B. Kay in the 15th Circuit, Seat 2, 953 to 227; and Harold G. Melville bested Gean Cary Junginger, Jr., in the 19th Circuit, Seat 1, 356 to 51.(There were initially two other contested board races in the 11th Circuit, but those wound up uncontested when candidates dropped out.)In the YLD contests, Garrett Biondo, who got 152 votes, will face Mario Garcia, who received 165 votes, in the runoff for the 11th Circuit, Seat 1. They led N. Vail Gardner, who got 112 votes.In the decided races, in the Ninth Circuit, Seat 1, Paul J. Scheck defeated Lawrence H. Kolin, 224 to 90; in the 11th Circuit, Seat 2, Cynthia Morales bested Rodney Smith 249 to 154; in the 13th Circuit, Seat 1, R. J. Haughey II, outpolled Steven D. Lehner 181 to 130; in the 15th Circuit, Seat 3, Ginny R. Neal defeated David J. Pascuzzi 138 to 57; and in the 17th Circuit, Seat 3, Jill M. Bennett garnered 104 votes, besting Nicholas W. Romanello with 77 and Leonard Wilder with 23.All the victorious candidates, along with those elected without opposition, will be sworn in at the Annual Meeting in June.