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May 1st, 2013 WW Staff | Elections
 

Chew on This

Sure, we’re about to vote on fluoride, but also on issues about kids and open spaces. Here are WW’s endorsements for the May 21 ballot.

Multnomah Education Service District Position 3

Erica Thatcher - Nonpartisan

Thatcher is a self-described wonk who works as an administrative director at Democracy Resources and as chairwoman of the Multnomah County Young Democrats. She wants MESD to follow students of adult-education programs after they graduate to see if such alternative schools measure up to more traditional schools in terms of job preparation. She also backs a program supported by the outgoing incumbent, Harry Ainsworth: the Reconnecting Youth program, which aims to help students aged 19 to 25 earn high-school diplomas.

Her opponent, retired economist Bob Clark, failed to show up for WW’s endorsement interview. 

Measures:  26-151: Fluoridation | 26-150: Children's Levy | 26-152: Natural Areas

Portland Public Schools: Zone 4 | Zone 6 

Portland Community College: Zone 2 | Zone 4 | Zone 5

Multnomah Education Service District: Position 1 | Position 2 | Position 3

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