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MUSD, Amphi each have two filed candidates

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Posted: Tuesday, August 3, 2010 11:00 pm

Four people have filed candidacies for two open seats in the Marana and Amphitheater school districts.

Among those submitting required paperwork are the two incumbent board presidents, Jeff Grant in Amphitheater and Eric Brandriff in Marana Unified.

Other candidates are Tom Carlson in Marana and Scott Leska in Amphitheater. The last day for candidates to file to run in the Nov. 2 general election is Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 5 p.m.

Open positions on the MUSD board are currently held by Brandriff and John Lewandowski, who is vice president of the board. The Amphi posts are held by Grant and Patricia Clymer.

Those interested in governing board positions may contact Susan Hankinson at 740-8037 to request a candidate campaign packet.

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