Primary for Shoreline School Board Position #4

Monday, July 10, 2023

School board meeting where budget cuts were announced.
Photo by Tanner Phillips

By Diane Hettrick

There are three candidates for the open seat on the Shoreline School Board, which means this race will be in the August 2023 election.

The two candidates with the most number of votes will advance to the November election.

Voter pamphlets will be mailed out on Tuesday, ballots on Wednesday. Ballots must be returned by Election Day, August 1, 2023, either mailed in with the postmark of August 1 or before, or deposited in a drop box by 8pm (not one minute later!)

They have submitted statements which include responses to questions we submitted to them. Their statements can be viewed by clicking the embedded link in each name.

They are listed in the order they appear on the ballot.

Shoreline School District No. 412, Director District No. 4


Just My Opinion July 10, 2023 at 9:21 PM  

Hard question - if the budget needs to be cut by X dollars, what do you think should be cut? This isn't the first time belts have had to be tightened but I suspect the shortfall will go on longer - another consequence of the lockdown - people found alternative schooling for their students and will not be returning to our public schools. And another question - what do you think about ALEC?

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