Four Candidates Vie for Kyrene Elementary District Board
Four candidates are in the running for two four-year seats on the Kyrene Elementary School District governing board.
According to AZCentral, incumbent Bernadette Coggins, 43, is running for re-election. The other three candidates are Allison Ewers, Gary Guisto and Kristin Middleton. Here’s a little information from the news publication on all the candidates:
Coggins has lived in the district for more than 35 years and has served on several Kyrene site councils and parent-teacher organizations. For more information, visit her campaign website at Coggins4Kyrene.com.
Ewers is an Arizona native who currently produces marketing materials for a local small business, and wants to help the district achieve a responsible, balanced budget that will strengthen schools. For more information, go to her website at allisonewers.org.
Guisto has lived in Arizona for 20 years and works as a mechanical designer for CDI Aerospace. More information on him can be found at guistoforkyreneschools.com.
Middleton is an Ahwatukee resident of 18 years and is the youngest candidate at 23 years old. She attended Kyrene schools and wants to give back to the community through a position on the board. Learn more about her on her Facebook page here.
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
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This local update courtesy of your Ahwatukee Community Expert.