Bonita and Mt. San Antonio boards cancel elections
Wes Woods II, Staff Writer
Created: 08/21/2011 07:03:11 AM PDT

It will be a three-person race for two seats on the Board of Education of the Claremont Unified School District in the Nov. 8 election.

The filing period for the Claremont race had been extended three days because incumbent Beth Bingham decided not to run again.

Incumbent board member Hilary LaConte along with hopefuls Samuel Mowbray, a former district board member, and Joseph Farrell, who helped organize opposition to the district’s failed bond measure, will be on the ballot, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder.

Meanwhile, boards for the Bonita Unified School District and Mt. San Antonio College had only incumbents file for the election, so neither will be contested in November.

Because no one ran against Bonita incumbents Glenn Creiman, Jim Elliot and Diane Koach, the district will not have an election, said Superintendent Gary Rapkin.

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