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The plot thickens for seats to be filled in the MC School Board 2014 election

Things are becoming more interesting as the plot thickens for seats to be filled in the Martin County School Board Districts 1, 3 and 4 during 2014 election cycle, according to the Martin County Supervisor of Elections’ website.

Seats to be filled in the Martin County School Board Districts 1, 3 and 4

The current candidates by districts are:

District 1 Jennifer Ann Doak; Christia Roberts; Loretta "Lorie" Shekailo

District 3 Rebecca Jean Negron

District 4 Maura Barry-Sorenson; Tina Maria McSoley

Current Martin County School Board Members:

District 1 Michael Busha, Chair, North Stuart, Jensen Beach

District 2 Marsha Power, Stuart

District 3 Rebecca Negron, Hobe Sound, South County

District 4 Maura Barry-Sorenson, Port Salerno

District 5 Michael DiTerlizzi, Co-Chair, Palm City, Indiantown

Superintendent: Laurie J. Gaylord

Purpose of the Board

The School Board is a legal entity for providing a system for public education within a geographic area of the State of Florida. The system was created and is governed by State statutes. Members of the School Board are, therefore, State officers chosen by citizens to represent them and the State in the governance of the local schools.

The School Board has the dual responsibility for implementing statutory requirements pertaining to public education and for meeting the desires of the citizens. While the School Board has an obligation to determine and assess citizen desires, it is understood that when the citizens elect delegates to represent them in the conduct of specified educational programs, they, at the same time, endow their representatives with the authority to exercise their best judgment in determining policies, making decisions, and approving procedures for carrying out the responsibility.

Therefore, the School Board has the constitutional and statutory authority to operate, control, and supervise all free public schools within the District, and may exercise any power except as expressly prohibited by the State Constitution or general law.

Martin County Registered Voters as of 05/27/2014 | Republican: 51,840 | Democrat: 26,908 | Other: 24,828 | Total: 103,576

REF: Martin County Supervisor of Elections’ website

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