One might argue that no challengers mean that the community is mostly satisfied with the performance of its school board. There is probably some truth to this. While there may be concerns with particular decisions made by the board, or by individual votes of any single trustee, it takes a lot of passion and resources to fight and win a seat against three incumbents. But perhaps even more daunting is the leap one must make from individual advocacy to making policy.
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