PASS/FAIL: Two vie for superintendent position

Superintendent

Incumbent Carlene Anderson, left, will be challenged by Rosemary Ragle in the upcoming Walton County School's Superintendent election.

Published: Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 16:16 PM.

On Nov. 6, voters will determine who will move to the head of the class in the Walton County School District.

This important choice will be between Democratic candidate Rosemary Ragle and incumbent Superintendent Carlene Anderson. Anderson beat hopeful Trisha Hutchison in the primary election to secure her spot on the ballot.

The Sun caught up with the candidates before the election to inquire about their motivations for running and each woman’s best advice to students.

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For the pre-election take on the Mosquito Board, CLICK HERE.

For the pre-election take on the Dist. 1 Commission race, CLICK HERE.

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