Kennewick School District: Live voting results in November election
KENNEWICK, Wash. — Results for the Nov. 2 election have just been posted for candidates running for positions in the Kennewick School District.
For Director No. 1, Micah Valentine is ahead with 56.7% of the vote. He calls himself “the conservative candidate” adding that he is anti-mask-mandate and feels children are being “indoctrinated and not taught.”
Scott E. Rodgers currently has 43% of the vote. He is an attorney and state medical commissioner who said that school board directors must put biases aside and do what is best for students.
Only 0.3% of the votes were write-in, bringing the current total number of votes to 11,550.
For Director No. 2, Gabe Galbraith has 60.96% of the vote. On his website, he said that masks should be optional and the current Sex Ed curriculum is inappropriate.
Erin Steinert has 38.83% of the vote. She is the director of the planetarium and observatory at CBC and is a STEM advocate who wants education that is “equitable and accessible to all.”
Only 0.22% of the votes were write-in, bringing the current total number of votes to 11,562.
This is an ongoing story and it will be updated accordingly.
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