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School Board Elections Santa Clarita Valley

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November 7, 1991 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Most incumbents failed to win reelection to school boards in the Santa Clarita Valley, reflecting dissatisfaction with the status quo, candidates said Wednesday. Voters elected only one incumbent to the Newhall School District and two to the community college district. The result is that newcomers will occupy 10 of the 13 school board seats up for grabs Tuesday. "People were just basically looking for change," said Supt. Hamilton C. Smyth of William S. Hart High School District.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1991 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Most incumbents failed to win reelection to school boards in the Santa Clarita Valley, reflecting dissatisfaction with the status quo, candidates said Wednesday. Voters elected only one incumbent to the Newhall School District and two to the community college district. The result is that newcomers will occupy 10 of the 13 school board seats up for grabs Tuesday. "People were just basically looking for change," said Supt. Hamilton C. Smyth of William S. Hart High School District.
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