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Erin Schutte Wadzinski files for school board seat

Three school board seats are up for grabs in the Nov. 8 general election.

Erin Schutte Wadzinski
Erin Schutte Wadzinski
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WORTHINGTON — Erin Schutte Wadzinski has filed an affidavit for candidacy for a four-year term on the District 518 Board of Education.

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Three school board seats are up for grabs in the Nov. 8 general election. As of Tuesday morning, incumbents Lori Dudley and Adam Blume had filed, as well as LaDean "Butch" Fletcher.

The filing period continues until 5 p.m. tonight.

Affidavits of candidacy are available at the District 518 office, currently located at West Learning Center, for a filing fee of $2.

Candidates must be eligible voters, 21 years of age or older upon assuming office, and must have been a resident of the school district for 30 days before the general election. In addition, the candidate must not have an affidavit on file for any other office in the same general election.

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