Davenport School Board Candidates' Forum Aug. 22


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Press release submitted by Davenport Community School District


NAACP Chapter #4019 & United Neighbors, Inc. invites you to attend the Candidates' Forum for the Davenport Community Schools' - School Board Election [3 seats] on August 22, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at United Neighbors, Inc., 808 Harrison St., Davenport.

MODERATOR – MR. RYAN SADDLER

All five [5] candidates [2 are incumbents] have been invited to attend

These are four-year terms and we have three positions to fill:

Names of Candidates:
Richard Clewell (incumbent)
Patt Zamora (incumbent)
Maria Dickmann
Elaine Kresse
Jamie Snyder

Come and listen to what they have to say and ask questions!
Light refreshments will be served.
If you cannot attend, questions for our candidates can be sent to:
(Send questions by Monday, August 19, 2013)
Debra Stevenson, Organizer & Chair
NAACP - Davenport Branch # 4019
Education Committee
PO Box 3661, Davenport, Iowa 52803
Cell: 309-269-7368
msdebrarenee@gmail.com

Dr. Ida Johnson, Exec. Director
United Neighbors, Inc
808 Harrison Street
Davenport IA, 52803
Phone: 563-322-7363
imj62@aol.com




















 



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