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Incumbent says voters should vote for her opponent for Riverside School Board

By Arcelia Martin For The Spokesman-Review

There are two names on the ballot to represent district 3 on the Riverside School Board, but only one candidate wants the position.

Sandra Huggins, the incumbent director said she is no longer seeking re-election, even though she originally filed for the election. Huggins missed the deadline to have her name removed from the ballot.

Instead, Huggins is asking voters to vote for Joslyn James.

“I put in eight years on it,” Huggins said. “And I don’t have kids in school anymore, so it just feels right to turn it over to someone who has kids in the school. I’ve got other interests in the school that I’d like to look at.”

Attempts made to reach James were unsuccessful.

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