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<h2 style="margin:0 0 0 0; background:#00008B; font-size:120%; font-weight:bold; border:1px solid #a3b0bf; text-align:left; color: white; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Welcome to School Boards and School Board Elections!</h2>
  
This August, as children across the country headed back to school, LBI launched our newest initiative: our School Board Election Project. In 2013, we've covered the remaining 224 of the top 1,000* districts that held elections this year. By 2014, we will cover 666 districts. To meet our 1,000 district coverage goal, we’ve launched a fundraising campaign to raise money for this important project. Will you join us today in supporting our "1,000 Districts, $1,000 Dollars" campaign by making a [http://www.lucyburns.org/donate/ gift] in any amount?<br>
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Welcome to the School Board Elections Portal, where you will find information about school board elections in districts across the U.S. LBI is working to provide coverage of the top 1,000* districts by 2016, and eventually cover each and every one. This information equips parents, teachers, and concerned citizens everywhere to participate in this important aspect of children's education.  
 
<small>*As measured by enrollment</small>
 
<small>*As measured by enrollment</small>
  

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Arkansas school board elections largely unopposed Sep 12, 2014

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By Lauren Dixon

Competition is not in the cards for four of the seven Arkansas school districts holding elections on September 16, 2014. Cabot, Conway, Fort Smith and Rogers school districts will have either unopposed incumbents or newcomers winning the golden ticket to a new five-year term.

In Conway, both seats up for election will be filled by unopposed newcomers; Wesley "Trip" Leach in Zone 4 and Scott Champlin in Zone 5. Rogers School District has only one seat up for election, which will be filled by newcomer Amy Horn. The three districts that do have competitive races — Bentonville, Little Rock and Springdale — only have one challenger opposing the incumbent in each race.

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Welcome to School Boards and School Board Elections!

Welcome to the School Board Elections Portal, where you will find information about school board elections in districts across the U.S. LBI is working to provide coverage of the top 1,000* districts by 2016, and eventually cover each and every one. This information equips parents, teachers, and concerned citizens everywhere to participate in this important aspect of children's education. *As measured by enrollment

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