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18 candidates vie to lead Utah education

State school board » Nine seats up for election.



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At a glance

State school board candidates

District 1 » D. Alan Shakespear, owner/operator of C & K Rentals LLC in Logan, farmer, former IT manager at State Office of Education; Tami W. Pyfer (incumbent), research coordinator, clinical instructor and student teacher supervisor at Utah State University.

District 4 » Bruce Davis, Weber State University vice provost and dean of Continuing Education, board member of Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering and Science charter school; David L. Thomas, (incumbent), chief civil deputy Summit County attorney, South Weber City Council.

District 7 » Carlton A. Getz, electrical engineer, founder and managing director of Winter Harbor Advisors LLC and founder and president of Getz & Associates Inc.; Leslie Brooks Castle (incumbent), nurse, curriculum consultant for The Waterford School.

District 8 » Chris Williams, IBM Corporation client executive; Jennifer A. Johnson, founder and president Coraticum Asset Management LLC., vice president of The CFA Society of Salt Lake.

District 10 » Dave Crandall, (incumbent), chairman of Summit Academy charter school board, consultant and project manager with Spring2 Technologies; Nina Marie Welker, adjunct faculty member at Salt Lake Community College, bookkeeper at Studio Techniques Dance.

District 11 » Jefferson Moss, vice president/investment specialist at Key Private Bank; Sergio X. Vasquez, manager of laboratory operations at Numira Biosciences and application development scientist/technical director.

District 12 » Dixie L. Allen, (incumbent) retired educator from Uintah School District, state school board member since 2002; Wendy Simmerman, academic tutoring coordinator at Utah Valley University.

District 13 » Ken Parkinson, attorney and shareholder at Howard, Lewis & Petersen P.C., and board member of Freedom Academy charter school; C. Mark Openshaw, (incumbent), co-founder and president of AirComUSA, a telecommunications business.

District 15 » Barbara W. Corry, former Iron County School Board member, owner of BC Hats; Bette Oveson Arial,senior advisor at the Sutherland Institute, former state school board member.

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