Amendment to make school board elections partisan passes first committee stop

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” data-medium-file=”″ data-large-file=”″ /> The House Choice and Innovation Subcommittee has voted in approval of a Constitutional amendment that would establish partisan school board races, allowing candidates to run under a political party.  Supporters of the proposal argue that it would increase transparency and accountability in school board elections, allowing

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