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School Board candidates will participate in forum March 26
The remaining four candidates running for Elmbrook School Board will meet for another candidate forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 26, at the district's Central Administrative Offices, 13780 Hope St., Brookfield.
The forum will be taped and broadcast on the district's Time Warner Cable channels 13 and 96.
During the forum, each candidate will give opening and closing statements, answer predetermined questions from a moderator and answer audience questions.
The forum will be sponsored by the Elmbrook Parent Leadership Council and the Special Education Parent Advisory Board.
After a primary election on Feb. 17 eliminated two of six candidates vying for two open School Board seats, four remain to compete in the Tuesday, April 7, general election.
Incumbent Meg Wartman and Charles Wickens are running for the open At-Large seat, and Jean Lambert will face Donald Moore for the district's Area IV seat.
Residents vote for both the At-Large and Area IV seats regardless of where they live within the district.
For information about the forum, contact Cindy Frey, communications assistant, at (262) 781-3030 ext. 1186.
For information about the candidates, visit http://www.brookfieldnow.com/news/37832409.html or http://www.elmbrookschools.org/display/10614.nws.