School Board elections this month


    Local residents will have the opportunity to vote in school board elections Tuesday, September 15, with early voting set to begin Tuesday, September 8.
    This year’s election has one contested race in the Caddo Hills School District.
    Dennis Davis is running against incumbent Kenzie Bour. Bour has served one year on the Caddo Hills School Board.
    Bour currently holds position two on the Caddo Hills Board which is a five year term. She was elected last year to fill a vacated seat.
    Mount Ida has two uncontested races.
    Shane Forga is on the ballot for Position 1, which is a five year term. He currently holds this position.
    Jeremy McCullough is running for Position 5, a four year term. McCullough had been elected to this position last year, but had resigned earlier this year due to personal reasons.
    Early voting will begin Tuesday, September 8, and voting for all wards and precincts will take place at the Montgomery County Clerk’s Office in the courthouse. Voting will be available from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. until Monday, September 14.
    Voting Tuesday, September 15, will begin at 7:30 a.m. and will continue until 7:30 p.m. that night.
    The polling places for the Caddo Hills election are as follows:
    Wards/Precincts                     Polling Place
    Black Springs                       Black Springs Community Center
    Alamo, Caddo Gap              Caddo Gap Baptist Church
    Hopper                               Hopper Church of Christ
    Caney                                Mount Tabor Church
    Norman In and Out             Norman City Hall

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