Richfield School Board incumbents Crystal Brakke and Paula Cole have been re-elected and will be joined on the board by newcomer Allegra Smisek, according to the unofficial results of tonight's election.
Today, Nov. 5, is Election Day and in Richfield the school board could see a minor change in personnel. However, depending on the results, all three seats could be occupied by new members.
A candidate for the Bloomington Board of Education says that although his residency has changed since he filed for office, he remains a Bloomington resident.
Weeks of campaigning will soon come to an end when voters waiting to cast their ballot on Election Day make their trek to Bloomington’s polling places.
On Nov. 5, voters will head to the polls to pick three Edina School Board members. For this Voters Guide, the Sun Current sent questionnaires to all seven candidates; six sent back the completed questionnaire. Candidates were held to 75-word limit for the biographical portion of the guide, a…
As election day draws ever closer, the buzz around local coffee shops will inevitably shift to the following questions, “So, who should I vote for?” Or perhaps you’ll hear, “Who are you voting for?”
The 2019 school board campaign season got underway in earnest Sept. 10 as the League of Women Voters conducted a candidate forum at Edina City Hall, welcoming six hopefuls to the dais.
With three Richfield school board seats open for election this fall, two of the three incumbents have filed for re-election.
The ballot for Edina School Board will feature two candidates seeking re-election, three former district employees and one famous name.