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Photo Gallery: Newport-Mesa Unified School District candidates forum

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Candidate Michelle Barto responds to the question “What achievement are you most proud of?” as Karen Yelsey, Ashley Anderson and Diane “Dee Dee” RuoRock, from left, listen during Wednesday’s Newport-Mesa Unified School District board candidates forum in Costa Mesa.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Candidates for the Newport-Mesa Unified School District board of trustees appear at a forum Wednesday in Costa Mesa. From left are Michelle Murphy, Charlene Metoyer, Karen Yelsey, Michelle Barto, Ashley Anderson, Diane “Dee Dee” RuoRock and Bertha Rodriguez.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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When asked how many hours a week they would devote to the school board if elected in November, Newport-Mesa Unified School District board candidates Charlene Metoyer, Karen Yelsey, Michelle Barto and Ashley Anderson, from left, hold up signs indicating their intended time.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Armida Brashears of the League of Women Voters poses questions to candidates at Wednesday’s Newport-Mesa Unified School District board candidates forum.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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Newport-Mesa Unified School District board candidates face the audience at Wednesday’s forum in Costa Mesa as Harbor Council PTA President Julie Lenk, standing at right, speaks. The PTA was the forum’s co-organizer with the League of Women Voters of Orange Coast.

 (Photo by Spencer Grant)
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