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1/30/06

New Candidate Joins LISD School Board Race

A new face is joining the race for the Lubbock ISD School Board.

Monday, Lubbock businessman Jerry Bell announced his candidacy for school board trustee. He's seeking one of the two at large seats up for election.

Bell says students are customers of the school district and he wants to put his experience to work for them and the taxpayers that make their education possible.

Bell faces former educator Dennis Pruss and incumbent Gordon Wilkerson. The top two vote-getters will win a seat.

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