Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Claremont school board election today

Photo Courtesy//Steven Felschundneff
It's that time again. The polling places are open and already bustling with Claremont residents ready to vote for their favorite school board candidates. This year's race is a tough one, with five qualified candidates vying for three spots on the Claremont Unified School District's Board of Education.

Incumbent Steven Llanusa hopes for another run on the board, while Mary Caenepeel and Jeff Stark step down for a new crop of school board members. Candidates include David Nemer, a retired school teacher, Nancy Treser Osgood, a college administrator, Joe Salas, teacher, and Paul Steffen, local real estate broker and businessman. For the Claremont COURIER's endorsements, check out this week's edition of the paper in print or online at www.claremont-courier.com.

The polls will remain open until 8 p.m. Claremont polling places include Sunrise Senior Living (2053 N. Towne Ave.), a residence (2091 Silvertree Road), the Hughes Center (1700 Danbury Road), Claremont Fire Station #62 (3701 Mills Ave.), Chaparral Elementary School (451 Chaparral Drive), Pomona College’s Edmunds Ballroom (170 Sixth St.), the Joslyn Center’s activity room (660 N. Mountain Ave.), Vista Elementary School (550 Vista Drive) and the Claremont Center for Spiritual Living’s Holmes Hall (509 S. College Ave.) Check your voter’s guide or visit www.lavote.net to search for your polling place by address. 

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