FBISD, LCISD incumbents face challengers in May election
In addition to Stafford MSD, Fort Bend ISD and Lamar CISD will also hold board elections on May 11.
Fort Bend ISD
In Fort Bend ISD, Vanesia R. Johnson is running against incumbent Jim Rice for Position 3. Rice is board president.
In Position 7, incumbent Dave Rosenthal will face off against Cynthia Gary, Rodrigo Carreon and Enaohwo Keciana. Rosenthal is currently serving a the one-year expired term of trustee Jim Babb, who resigned a year ago.
Trustees in Fort Bend ISD are elected to three-year terms on a rotating basis. Two are elected each year, one from each side of the district. The Position 3 candidates must live on the west side and the Position 7 candidates must live on the east side.
Lamar Consolidated ISD
In Lamar Consolidated ISD, the Board of Trustees have elections in four of the six districts.
In District 1, Karen Mendoza, the board’s vice president, will run for re-election against Michelle Suzanne Pineda and Kathryn Kaminski.
In District 2, Trustee Sam Hopkins, is not seeking another term. Mary Beth Horstman and Kay T. Danziger are running for the District 2 spot.
District 3 incumbent Frank W. Torres will face off against challenger Gennaro A. D’onofrio Jr.
In District 6, Michael Richard, the current board president, is not running for re-election. Anna Gonzales and Norma Cavazos will be vying for the District 6 seat.
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