‘Reform’ candidates win local school board races

But definition of reform isn’t always so clear So-called “reform” school board candidates swept to victory in three Front Range school district elections this odd-year election. But how one defines “reform” is a matter of location and political perspective. In Denver, reformers won four seats, shifting the pro-administration’s one-seat majority to a tilted six-seat majority, […]

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