Menomonie School Board Candidate Forum

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March 8, 2019
School Board Candidates

The League of Women Voters of the Greater Chippewa Valley sponsored a forum for Menomonie School Board Candidates at the Dunn County Judicial Center. The forum was held for a full house of spectators. Candidates presented an opening statement, and then were asked a series of questions from the audience. 

After the questions candidates were each allowed to give a brief closing statement. This year's forum was somewhat less contentious than last year's, and for many of the questions the candidates gave answers that were at least very similar, but with somewhat different takes on some of the questions. 

The candidates for the upcoming April 2 election are Clint Moses, Chris Freeman,  David Steyer (incumbent), Bayard Godsave, Urs Haltinner, and Nell Heffner-Johnson. Freeman and Haltinner were candidates in last year's election, but both lost in last year's race.

Candidates in photos below are (in order) Chris Freeman, David Steyer, Clint Moses, Nell Heffner-Johnson, Bayard Godsave, and Urs Haltinner.

Menomonie 2019 School Board Candidate Forum

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