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St Louis School Board: Opportunities to engage the candidates, reclaim public education for the people of St. Louis
From Susan Turk Commonsense:
There are two opportunities next week to hear the candidates speak and ask questions. There are 5 candidates, Natalie Vowell, Charli Cooksey, David Jackson, Katie Wessling and Joey Hollins. There is a sixth name on the ballot, Tom Oldenburg but he has decided not to run. Charlie Cooksey has raised over $30,000 for the race. The other candidates are all self-funding their campaigns and were not expecting to have to raise money. Cooksey is making things much more of a challenge. So, come hear the candidates and vote! This is a light turn out election. Your vote can make a difference.
Monday March 30, 6pm, 18 Ward Democratic Political Forum, Trinity Church 600 N. Euclid
Wednesday April 1, 7pm, League of Women Voters & Local #420 Political Forum, Carr Lane School, 1004 N. Jefferson