La Cañada Unified election rundown

La Cañada Flintridge voters head to the polls today, choosing from four candidates for two open seats on the La Cañada Unified School District's Board of Education. 

Below is a list of stories published in the La Cañada Valley Sun regarding this election. Updated results will be posted as they are made available by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Record. 


Nov. 2 - Blumenfeld leads fundraising race 

Voters don’t go to the polls until Tuesday, but La Cañada Unified school board candidate Andrew Blumenfeld is already ahead in at least one race — fundraising. 

Oct. 27 - Forum draws small crowd

With election day less than two weeks away, La Cañada school board candidates on Wednesday night delved deeper in the nuances of district management — including hours spent on the job, the exploration of alternative revenue streams and teacher evaluations — at a debate hosted by the La Cañada Republican Club. 

Oct. 26 - School Board Election Q & A with the Candidates

A diverse field of four candidates — including a 20-year-old Princeton University student and a La Cañada Unified matriarch — has made the 2011 school board election the most exciting in recent memory. 

Oct. 18 - Leadership criticized at board election forum

Flashpoint issues including high school math scores, teacher collaboration days and declining enrollment dominated a La Cañada Unified School Board candidates’ forum, the first in a charged election season that has largely unfolded on social networking sites and in the editorial pages of local newspapers.

Oct. 12 - La Cañada school board candidates gear up for forum

All four La Cañada Unified School Board candidates have confirmed that they will participate in an election forum scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday at the La Cañada High School auditorium. 

Aug. 24 - School board candidates look to Facebook for votes

Facebook pages were launched and the first of the meet-and-greets held last week as La Cañada school board candidates set their campaign gears in motion for the two seats up for grabs in the Nov. 8 election.

Aug. 10 - College student says he's a candidate

Recent La Cañada High School graduate Andrew Blumenfeld — a student at Princeton University — declared his candidacy Tuesday for La Cañada Unified School District’s Governing Board, forcing an election for the first time since 2003 for the two seats that open in November.

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