Dorn and Goldblatt had tied in the initial election for one of the branch’s three seats. She will serve a three-year term, and will join returning governors Carol Littleton and Michael Tronick in representing the branch on the 54-member board.
Each of the Academy’s 17 branches is represented by three governors who serve staggered three-year terms so that one seat is up for election each year.
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The victory for Dorn, whose work as an editor includes “Memento,” “Kingdom of Heaven” and “End of Watch,” makes Goldblatt the only sitting governor to lose a re-election bid this year. The other 10 governors who ran for re-election all won.