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Here are the People Running for School Board, Parks in the May Election 

Mail-in ballots for the May 18 Election will be sent out starting April 28

After a raucous 2020 election season, some might be overwhelmed at the prospect of going through it all again—but here we are, looking at another election season. Local elections for school board parks and other positions are happening May 18. Ballots will be mailed out starting April 28, and the Source will conduct endorsement interviews in contested races. Stay tuned for those throughout the month of April.

Mail-in ballots for the May 18 election will be sent out starting April 28. - SUBMITTED
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  • Mail-in ballots for the May 18 election will be sent out starting April 28.

The candidates are:

Bend Metro Park & Recreation District

Position 3: Nathan Hovekamp, Lauren Nowierski-Stadnick

Position 4: Zavier Borja, Robin Vora

Position 5: Deb Schoen, Elizabeth Hughes Weide

Redmond Area Park & Recreation District

Position 1: Matthew Gilman, Jon Golden

Position 2: Lena Berry, Mercedes Cook, Jeremiah Pedersen

Position 3: Kevin Scoggin

Sisters Park & Recreation District

Position 1: Bob Keefer

Position 2: Molly Baumann

Position 3: Jeffrey Tryens

Bend-La Pine School Board (Administrative District #1)

Zone 1: Maria Lopez-Dauenhauer, Carrie McPherson Douglass

Zone 2: Wendy Imel, Marcus LeGrand

Zone 4: Gregg Henton, Shirley Olson

Zone 7: Cab Burge, Jon Haffner, Janet Sarai Llerandi

Redmond School District 2J

Position 1: Shawn Hartfield, Stephanie Hunter

Position 2: Lacey J Butts, Michelle Salinas, Michael Summers, Rachel M. Visinoni

Position 3: Jill Cummings, Lavon Medlock, Ron Osmundson

Position 4: No candidates yet; filing deadline extended to March 26 at 5pm

Sisters School District 6

Position 1: Jenica Cogdill, Rodney Cooper

Position 2: David Thorsett

Position 5: Kevin Eckert, Edie Jones

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Nicole Vulcan has been editor of the Source since 2016. While the pandemic reduced "hobbies" to "aspirations," you can mostly find her raising chickens, walking dogs, riding all the bikes and attempting to turn a high desert scrap of land into a permaculture oasis. (Progress: slow.)
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