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Posted January 29, 2013

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School Board Candidates Shared Views on District Issues

Voters can find additional information at APS.edu in advance of Feb. 5 election.

Albuquerque Public Schools held a candidate forum for all ten candidates running for the school board.   The candidates are vying for positions in District 3, 5, 6 and 7. The election is Feb. 5.

Voters can learn more about the candidates’ positions on issues ranging from security at schools, budget priorities and technology in the classroom.  If you were not able to attend you can read their responses to questionnaires that have been posted to the 2013 School Board Member Election webpage. Other information including voluntary campaign finance disclosure reports, polling locations and candidate requirements are available on the webpage as well.

In addition to choosing board members, voters will also be deciding on a $368 million bond and mil levy package to build and maintain schools.

Slide Show: FY13 School Board Candidate Forum

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