Lawrence has a long way to go from a housing standpoint, candidates vying for three seats on the Lawrence City Commission agreed during a forum Wednesday.
Lawrence voters will have more chances to get to know the candidates vying for the elected positions that most directly affect day-to-day life.
Meet the candidates who are running to fill three Lawrence City Commission seats that are up for election.
Five Lawrence school board seats are going to be decided on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Meet the 11 candidates who are running to serve.
Both the Lawrence City Commission and Lawrence school board primary races showed east-west splits when looking at which candidates came in first at each polling place.
This episode of Lawrence Times TV gives a behind-the-scenes look at the Douglas County election headquarters, just hours before they announced the results of Tuesday’s primary election.
As unofficial final results were handed out for the Lawrence City Commission and school board primary races, multiple candidates emphasized the importance of their strategy as they advance to the general election in November: interacting directly with voters.
Voters today will narrow the fields of Lawrence City Commission and Lawrence school board candidates. Elected officials in those positions make some of the decisions that reach closest to home.
Getting ready to vote? Here are the Lawrence school board primary candidates’ thoughts on the board’s relationship with district administration, the board’s choice to close two schools, and who should make decisions on “controversial” lesson topics.
Getting ready to vote? Here are the Lawrence City Commission candidates’ experience, how they view the strategic plan to minimize homelessness, and how they prioritize developing home ownership opportunities.
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