KC Dem Club on-line: PF School District Candidates

Standardized public education is foundational and essential to preparing all students for life. To ensure that every student receives effective and comprehensive instruction, they need good teachers. Moreover, they rely on a qualified and caring school board.

This Friday, the Democratic Club welcomes three excellent candidates for the Post Falls School Board. They are Bridget Malek, Jake Dawson, and Neil Unrig. Currently, our schools are facing increasing uncertainty and turmoil. That is why we need to elect rational, and disciplined trustees who will not fall prey to the pressures of misinformation and mob intimidation.

Join us this Friday, October 29 to hear their views and ask questions about their qualifications and goals.

About the Candidates

Neil Uhrig, a Post Falls Police Department detective sergeant, has lived in North Idaho since 2011. His children, 10 and 13, attend Post Falls schools.

Bridget Malek has served as a trustee for the past five years, has lived in Post Falls for 21 years and has two children attending Post Falls schools.

Jake Dawson is a third-generation Post Falls resident and works as a building maintenance engineer. He worked as a youth developer at the Boys & Girls Club for five years.

About our Meetings

The Democratic Club meets each Friday at noon online. A Zoom link for our club meeting is distributed on the Thursday prior to the meeting date. To request the link or assistance getting connected, contact Phil at pjwmia@aol.com. We will return to in person/online meetings as soon as it becomes safe to do so. You can find videos of past Club meetings at KootenaiCountyDemClub.com/Meeting Videos.

If you missed last Friday’s gathering on 10/22, please take the time to watch it. It featured three CDA School Board candidates. Their opponents oppose public education, voted against the levies, and intend to interfere in all aspects of our children’s education. If you a resident of Coeur d’Alene and live in CDA School District 271 Zone 1, 4, or 5, then please vote for candidates who believe in public education. This is no time to sit on the sidelines so please support these competent candidates.

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