4 candidates qualify to run for 3 Chandler USD board seats in November election

Four candidates qualified to run for three available seats on the Chandler USD governing board in the November election. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Four candidates qualified to run for three available seats on the Chandler USD governing board in the November election. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Four candidates qualified to run for three available seats on the Chandler USD governing board in the November election. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Four candidates qualified to run for three available seats on the Chandler USD governing board in the November election.

David Evans, Barb Mozdzen, Jason Olive and Joel Wirth submitted statements of interest and the number of signatures required to appear on the ballot.


Evans and Mozdzen are incumbents, and Karen McGee, whose seat on the board will also be on the November ballot, told Community Impact Newspaper she felt there were enough candidates that she did not want to run again.

"I have served as a Chandler Unified School District Governing Board member for the past ten years," McGee said. "It has been a very rewarding experience. I have been honored to serve the members of our great school district, and hope that in some small way my contributions have helped to better the lives and educational experience of our community members, students and staff. For personal and family reasons I have chosen not to run in this election cycle. I am pleased to see there are some qualified candidates on the ballot for the CUSD Governing Board, and I’m sure if elected they will carry on the mission of our outstanding school district."

The election will be held Nov. 3.
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