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Another Valley union vote ends in a tie

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VIENNA, Ohio - Voting ended in a tie for the Mathews School district's non-teaching employees.

Twenty four of the union's 30 members voted Wednesday night on a tentative contract at Baker Elementary School.

The union president says he needs to speak with the district's superintendent and the union's state office before moving forward in the process.

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