One candidate is running unopposed for a partial term on the Evanston/Skokie School District 65, but there are seven candidates vieing for four regular four-year terms on the board, according to an update Tuesday morning from the Cook County Clerk’s office.
The two-year term would go to incumbent Anya Tanyavutti, who was appointed to the position in October to replace Jennifer Phillips, who resigned before the midpoint of her four-year term.
Two incumbents, Board President Candance Chow and Sunitha Kartha, are running for reelection, challenged by Nicholas Korzeniowski, Lindsay M. Cohen, Sergio Hernandez, Jr., Scott D. Fishman, and Joseph A. Hailpern. The top four vote-getters of that group will be declared winners of the four expiring four-year positions.
At Evanston Township High School District 202, there are six candidates for the four expiring four-year terms. They include incumbents Board President Patricia Savage-Williams, Gretchen Livingston, and Anne Sills, and challengers Patricia Maunsell, Russell Kohnken, and Jude Laude.
The election will be held on April 4, 2017.