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School Board race has partisan flavor

10:46 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
Dennis Juncer
Dennis Juncer
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Normally a nonpartisan affair, past Marshfield School Board races often involved candidates running on what they claimed were personal traits that would benefit the school district.

However, some candidates and observers view this year's race for School Board as a more partisan, ideological campaign.

"It really appears that they are pushing a personal agenda, rather than running with an open mind," former Board President David Meissner said about candidates Dennis Juncer and Scott Noble. "It's really disheartening that they are talking policies that won't affect kids; it's all been ...

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