If November's general election is anything like Tuesday's primary, one Alpine School Board race will be a landslide, incumbent David C. Harvey will have a hard time retaining his seat and the other seat will be determined by a few dozen votes.In complete but unofficial results, E. Vance Calder and David Shorten were the top two vote-getters in Precinct 1 - the closest of the three races. Shorten led third-place finisher Douglas W. Johnson by 85 votes. Calder and Shorten will face each other in November for the seat being vacated by Jan Lewis.

Former Orem High School principal Berdean H. Jarman was the top vote-getter in the primary and easily outdistanced Kenneth Sorenson in Precinct 2, 38 percent to 18 percent.

Guy L. Fugal came out about 300 votes ahead of Harvey in Precinct 3 and has a good shot of defeating the incumbent. Carl T. Bell came up 55 votes short of earning a spot on November's ballot.

Growth and funding are the main issues that will face the new board members. All the district's high schools are overcrowded, and the district population is growing enough each year to fill an additional elementary school.

Voters approved a $30 million bond in May, and the district is currently building new junior high schools in Lindon and Highland. However, the district will have about $10 million remaining from the bond proceeds, and the board will have to choose which capital projects to finance with the money.

Calder, 72, of Orem, is a retired teacher and farmer. He supports teaching moral values in school. Shorten, 50, of Orem, works for the Utah Department of Health as a licensing specialist. He supports site-based management of schools.

Jarman, 61, of Orem, said he does not totally support year-round school, but limited funding has forced the district to use alternative scheduling.

Sorenson, 48, of Orem, is a financial manager for a major medical supply company. He said the district needs to improve teacher and staff training and district officials need to select better educational programs.

Fugal, 40, of Pleasant Grove, is part owner of an underground utility installation contracting firm. Harvey, 57, of Pleasant Grove, is seeking his third term on the board.