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2014 Election Central: Palo Alto school board

 

All the latest news on the 2014 Palo Alto school board campaign. With two seats available and no incumbents running, five candidates are vying for spots on the Palo Alto Board of Education: Terry Godfrey, Catherine Crystal Foster, Ken Dauber, Gina Dalma and Jay Blas Cabrera.

VIDEOS:

Palo Alto Unified School District Candidate Debate (Sept. 11)

Interview with Gina Dalma

Interview with Jay Cabrera

Interview with Ken Dauber

Interview with Terry Godfrey

Interview with Catherine Crystal Foster

DEBATES:

School board candidates talk about elementary issues

Palo Alto school board candidates meet for last forum (Oct. 17)

Recap: Palo Alto school board candidates forum on secondary education (Oct. 5)

Palo Alto school board candidates discuss innovation, consistency at secondary level (Oct. 5)

Recap: CAC/PASS school board debate (Sept. 20)

Board hopefuls: More needed for minorities, special education (Sept. 20)

Palo Alto school board candidates seek to differentiate themselves (Sept. 17)

School board debate recap: Candidates answer 20 questions (Sept. 11)

Candidates for Palo Alto school board debate the issues (Sept. 11)

One-on-one: School board candidates question each other (Sept. 11)

Debate: School board candidates' answers to the Weekly's questions (Sept. 11)

Debate: School board candidates question one other (Sept. 11)

ARTICLES:

Palo Alto set to elect new school board members

Dauber, Foster maintain campaign finance leads

Ken Dauber, Catherine Crystal Foster lead in campaign contributions (Oct. 7)

10 questions: where the Palo Alto school board candidates stand (Oct. 3)

Meet the Palo Alto school board candidates (Oct. 3)

Editorial: Terry Godfrey, Ken Dauber for Palo Alto school board (Oct. 3)

Five candidates prepare to compete for two seats on Palo Alto school board (Aug. 2)

School board hopefuls split over OCR resolution (June 17)

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