Uncertified candidates for Dayton School board- 2 open seats

The Montgomery County Board of Elections hasn’t certified the signatures on the petitions yet,  however, as reported earlier on this site, incumbent Stacy Thompson will not be seeking reelection, nor will the most senior member of the School Board, Yvonne Isaacs, leaving 2 empty seats. Incumbents Joe Lacey and Ron Lee will be running, meaning at most there could be 3 new faces.
Hazel Rountree, who has the backing of Ms. Thompson turned in early, and signatures were certified on Aug 5th.
  • Adil T. Baguirov 630 Maryland Ave., Dayton 45404
  • Kim A. Johnson 4536 Kings Hwy., Dayton 45406
  • Joseph E. Lacey 207 E. 6th St. Apt. 305, Dayton 45402 Blog, last updated in 2009 http://joelaceyblog.blogspot.com/
  • Hazel G. Rountree 2530 Archwood St., Dayton 45406
  • Ronald C. Lee 247 E. 2nd St., Dayton 45402

If any of the candidates would like to provide links to their sites, or have an interview with me, please contact me. Of course, I’ll be seeing them all on the campaign trail and will be posting video of the events online for all.

 

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2 Responses

  1. David Esrati August 12, 2013 / 10:58 am

    And on Monday, Aug 12, the Dayton Daily news re-writes Esrati.com

    Two on school board not seeking re-election

    Dayton Board of Education members Yvonne Isaacs and Stacey Thompson are not running for re-election in November, according to filings with the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Isaacs is the longest-tenured member of the board, at 12 years, while Thompson was appointed in 2006.

    Five people submitted petitions to run for the four available seats on the board — incumbents Joe Lacey and Ron Lee, as well as Kim Johnson, Hazel Rountree and Adil Baguirov. Candidates are not official until their petitions are certified by the BOE, a process that will be completed in the next 10 days.

    via Montgomery.

    You’re welcome DDn.

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