Pettus ISD voters to decide board positions
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PETTUS – The Pettus Independent School District is gearing up for two November elections – one general, one special.

Voters on Nov. 4 will decide who will fill five of the board’s seven seats — including the president’s — in the first election since the board replaced its superintendent.

Four at-large seats — each with a term of four years — and one at-large seat with two years of an unexpired term will be on the ballot.

Under the district’s cumulative voting procedure, each voter will be entitled to cast four votes in the general election. Voters may cast all their votes for one candidate or spread them around as they wish.

The four at-large seat candidates who receive the most votes will be elected.

In the concurrent special election, the two-year seat will be decided by a majority of all votes cast.

Early voting begins Oct. 20 and ends on Halloween.
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