The Republican Party of Minnesota has made a late push in support of three candidates for the District 833 School Board, delivering flyers touting the party’s support to area doorsteps and angering some candidates who said Monday the race should remain non-partisan.
Voters will head to the polls on Nov. 3 with four District 833 School Board seats on the ballot and 10 people running, including two incumbents. Click on the links to read more about each candidate and view video from the Bulletin's interview with each candidate.
Whether a student plans to immediately start working, enter the military or go on to college, Katy McElwee-Stevens said she wants to be sure if they graduate from School District 833, they’re prepared.
Tracy Brunnette, running for her third term on the District 833 School Board, said the school board will have to decide soon on how to spend about $5 million left over from the 2006 construction referendum.
When Marsha Adou, who is seeking her second term on the District 833 School Board, moved to Woodbury in 1986 with her husband and two children, she got involved with Early Childhood and Family Education programs.
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