School Board Election Sept. 12
Three members of the Jesup Community School Board have fulfilled their terms and are running for reelection.

The Citizen Herald sent questionnaires to candidates Lisa Riensche, Amy Bucknell, and Dustin Thorson; their responses are at right. Write-in candidates are still a possibility, but it must be determined whether the individual is willing and eligible to serve.

Also on the ballot is the position of Hawkeye Community College Director for District #4. Todd Rohlfsen, Jesup, is running for that seat.

The polling place is the First Presbyterian Church, located at 643 Sixth Street in Jesup; hours are noon to 8:00 p.m.
This will be the last school board election held in September of odd-numbered years. Beginning in 2019, school and community college elections will be held together with city elections on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November in odd-numbered years.

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