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5/6/05

Lubbock Cooper School Board Elections Saturday

If you live in South Lubbock, you've seen their signs and Saturday is your chance to vote.

The Lubbock Cooper School Board elections are Saturday. Nine candidates are running for the two open trustee spots.

The candidates for Trustee, Place 1 are:

  • Derek Kitten
  • Shelley Heinrich
  • R.B. Akbarall
  • Eloise C. Garcia

The candidates for Trustee, Place 2 are:

  • Wildred Matheny
  • Mike Cloud
  • Jennifer Weaver
  • Daniel C. Castro
  • Eric Bourquin

Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturday. Voters who live south of FM 1585 will cast their ballot at the Lubbock Cooper Administration Building, located at 16302 Loop 493, near the high school. Those living north of FM 1585 will vote at Lubbock Cooper North Elementary School, located at 3202 108th Street.

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