It is necessary our community is aware of the stark, clear divides in the upcoming school board election in Gloucester County. Observations from the two school board candidate tents at the Guinea Jubilee reveal two distinctly polarized factions: one seemingly headed by Cindy Saulman and the other seemingly headed by Darren Post.
Given that approximately 75 percent of Gloucester County identifies as conservative, it is paramount that our elected officials should reflect the prevailing values of our community. Candidates endorsed by the local Republican Party; Darren Post, Matt Nash, David Seabolt, Jenn Baker and Ted Endquist align with the conservative ethos that defines our community.
The alignment of current school board members with either faction underscores the importance of this election. Post and Carlton Drew openly support the Republican-endorsed candidates, while Robin Rice, Randy Burak and Troy Andersen, all of whom are school board members f...
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