School Board Election Draws Few Candidates

Just four people are running for three seats including all three incumbents.


The Milpitas Unified School District Governing Board has five elected members. Three seats on the board are up for election this November setting the stage for major change. However, two members are running for re-election unopposed. The remaining member has one challenger.

Running unopposed are board members Gunawan Alisantosa and Daniel Bobay.

Incumbent Danny Lau will face a challenge by ​Vancer Vuong.

The general election ballot was finalized Monday.

Milpitas Patch will have in-depth candidate profiles as the November election approaches.

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Rohit Sharma August 17, 2012 at 02:52 PM
Lack of challenge in the elections is plaguing MUSD and fostering incompetence in the board for few years now.
Allen King August 17, 2012 at 04:18 PM
Seems like nobody is interested in the schools board. Last time everybody got elected unopposed and this time only one race, 2 unopposed. Nothing much goes on in school board meetings anyway. The show is run by the executives.
Amanda Foo September 12, 2012 at 09:50 PM
Useful to potentially have a link to how to challenge the incumbents for those who are proactive to support their children in the Milpitas school district.


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