About 30% of the county’s students aren’t white, but the school board has been all white since 2014.
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“I am asking for your vote again so I can continue the battle against unconstitutional government mandates, the invasion at our Southern Border, the leftist indoctrination in our education systems, and the reckless spending that is bankrupting our nation,” Good said.
“I’m going to obviously stand up for the things that I believe in and the way that I think we can best serve the people of this district,” Throneburg said. “But that doesn’t mean that I’m not going to be someone who tries to bring everyone together.”