2020 Primary Election Montgomery County Board of Education

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Montgomery County voters will elect three nonpartisan members to the Board of Education in November. The top two vote-getters in the June 2 primary for the at-large and District 4 seats will move on to the general election. District 2 only has two candidates who filed so they will both advance to the general election and will not appear on the primary ballot.

Candidates for both the at-large and District 4 seats appear on every ballot. Candidates for District seats must reside in the District.

The primary election was originally scheduled for April 28, but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The majority of voters will cast their ballot by mail to prevent community spread of the coronavirus. All registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail. Voted ballots must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, June 2. Voters also may drop their voted ballot off at seven locations throughout the county.

Voters who are unable to vote by mail may vote in person on election day, June 2 at any of the four vote centers in Montgomery County.  The centers are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day.

Board of Education At-Large

Board of Education District 4

Board of Education At-Large
Mitra Ahadpour
Stephen Austin
Anil Chaudhry
Sunil Dasgupta
Paul Geller
Jay Guan
Lynne Harris
Collins Odongo
Dalbin Osorio
Cameron Rhode
Darwin Romero
Pavel Sukhobok
Lumpoange Thomas

Board of Education District 4
Shebra Evans
Ehren Park Reynolds
Steve Solomon

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Board of Education:
District At-Large  4

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