Why Sequim School Board candidate pulled from race
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Stevenson said he filed as a candidate last week to try to keep a parent in the position currently held by Board President Virginia O’Neill, who decided not to seek another term.
“Craig was very gracious. He’s a great guy,” Howe said Monday.
Howe is now the only candidate for the post.
John Clark Yeo had filed, but after a review of his residency showed he did not live in the district. Yeo refiled for the at-large seat held by incumbent Beverly Horan, who is running for a re-election.
Horan and Yeo will face off in the Nov. 6 general election.
Last modified: May 20. 2013 6:27PM