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March 29, 2013Maryville, MO |  By: Coffey

Maryville Board of Ed Race part 2

Maryville voters will go to polls Tuesday to decide the Maryville Board of Education race where four people are running for the two positions up for election this year.

One of those seeking election is a former elementary instructor in the school district...Reba Hageman. Hageman says she could bring a different viewpoint to the Board.

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Hageman says if elected she would view all issues in front of the Board with an open mind.

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Another candidate in Tuesday's Maryville Board of Education race is Dale Reuter. Reuter says his law enforcement background has kept him in touch with many issues affecting the school district.

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Reuter says addressing potential budget concerns will be an interest for him if elected.

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Hageman and Reuter along with Rob Sparks and incumbent Shane Sims are running for the two positions up for election in Tuesday's Maryville Board of Education race.