Tag Archives: 2019 SSB Election

Solon School Board Election Results

Incumbent Adam Haluska and newcomer Jami Wolf bested the field of six candidates for director of the Solon School Board. Preliminary vote totals released by the county auditor show at least 1,174 voters cast a ballot, although the final numbers … Continue reading

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More About the Solon School Board Election

Major news outlets like the Iowa City Press Citizen and the Cedar Rapids Gazette have provided minimal coverage of the Nov. 5 Solon School Board election. There is a need for information about the election in our community. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Writing About the School Board Election

Today’s edition of the Solon Economist hasn’t been posted on line. The paper copy will arrive with the letter carrier late today, although I may try to find one on the way to my shift at the home, farm and … Continue reading

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A Single Solon School Board Candidate Forum

Most chairs at Palmer House Stable in Solon were filled with local voters ready to hear candidates for school board make statements and answer questions for 90 minutes on Tuesday. It is the only public appearance at a single venue … Continue reading

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Before the Solon School Board Forum

Tonight will be the only forum in which six men and women running for two seats on the Solon School Board appear together in public and answer questions. The forum begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Palmer House Stable, a … Continue reading

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Vote on Nov. 5

My message about the Nov. 5 school board election is simple. Learn about the candidates and vote! It has been difficult to determine which of six school board candidates is best qualified. All of them would bring something to the … Continue reading

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Solon School Board Election 2019 – Take Two

At what point do the achievements and momentum of a local school board yield to change many perceive is needed? The large number of candidates on the Nov. 5 ballot, six candidates for two seats, suggests the time is now. … Continue reading

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