The election unfolded amid a landmark federal trial involving the Dover public schools and the question of whether intelligent design promotes the Bible's view of creation. Eight Dover families sued, saying it violates the constitutional separation of church and state.And all eight incumbent members lost, replaced by candidates united in their opposition to so-called "Intelligent Design."
Dover's school board adopted a policy in October 2004 that requires ninth-graders to hear a prepared statement about intelligent design before learning about evolution in biology class.
Eight of the nine school board members were up for election Tuesday.
CNN.com - 'Intelligent design' school board booted - Nov 9, 2005