Valley School District to Run Its Own Elections
EDINBURG – A local school district is planning to run its own elections.
The Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District school board voted to purchase voting machines to make the transition.
A big push to attain voting machines was the long-term financial benefit and to avoid fraud. School officials added they will hire judges and officials for the elections.
But not everyone agrees with the decision.
KRGV’s Carolina Cruz spoke to a parent who opposes the changes.
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