Watch candidates discuss issues in Dist. 214 school board race

Daily Herald Staff Report
Updated 3/12/2021 10:16 AM

Watch candidates for school board in Northwest Community High School District 214 take part in a joint interview with a representative of the Daily Herald Editorial Board.

The candidates were interviewed in separate Zoom meetings.


The first included incumbents Mark Hineman and Mildred "Millie" Palmer and newcomer Elizabeth Bauer.

The second included incumbent Leonard "Lenny" Walker and newcomers Richard Menninga and Andrea Rauch.

Two other candidates -- newcomers Jacqueline Ryan and Tony Rosselli -- also are running for seats on the board but were not able to make the Zoom meetings. They were interviewed by phone separately.

Candidates discussed topics ranging from decisions involving remote learning to the financial outlook of the district.

Other candidates in the race were also interviewed and can be viewed in a separate video.

The election takes place on April 6. Mail-in voting is under way. Limited locations are open for-person early voting and expanded in-person early voting begins March 22.

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