Submitted by the League of Women Voters of Evanston
The League of Women Voters of Evanston and ETHS Parents Engaged will host a forum for candidates running for District 202 School Board in the upcoming April 4 Consolidated Election. The forum is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 9, in room N-112 at Evanston Township High School, 1600 Dodge Ave.
The public is invited to attend the forum and ask questions of the candidates. Suggested questions may be e-mailed in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org. The moderator will be from outside the boundaries of the contested race. Candidates are Monique Parsons, Leah Piekarz, Elizabeth Rolewicz and Kristen Scotti and for three 4-year terms, and Mirah Anti, write-in candidate for one 2-year term. The forum will be live-streamed on https://youtube.com/live/C5lXeVBbgyE and a video recording of the forum will be posted on the LWV-Evanston website at www.lwve.org from March 10 through Election Day on April 4.
What voters need to know about the April 4 election
Early voting begins on March 20 and continues until April 3. If you are not yet registered to vote, or have moved, visit the Evanston City Clerk’s office in person or online at https://www.cityofevanston.org/government/city-clerk-s-office/elections. You can also register in-person on April 4 at your polling place. If you wish to vote by mail, you can request at ballot from the Cook County Clerk’s office: https://www.cookcountyclerkil.gov/elections/ways-to-vote/vote-by-mail or by calling 312-603-0946.
About the sponsors
The League of Women Voters, a national nonpartisan political organization dedicated to promoting the active and informed participation of citizens in government, sponsors these events as a service to the community. The League of Women Voters neither endorses nor opposes candidates for public office. Visit lwve.org to learn more.
ETHS Parents Engaged is an informal network working to foster communication among parents, students, administrators, educators and the community to promote the education and well-being of all ETHS students, at home, in school and in the community. ETHS Parents Engaged neither endorses nor opposes candidates for public office.