HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – Tuesday is election day for numerous school districts along the Hi-Line, with Trustee spots and mill levies on the ballot.
For the Havre School District, five people are competing for two three-year terms on the board, and two people are competing for one one-year term.
For Chester-Joplin-Inverness, two candidates are competing for one three-year term, and four candidates are competing for one one-year term. CJI will also have two levies on the ballot for technology acquisition and depreciation.
For the Rocky Boy School District, 10 candidates are competing for two three-year terms on the School Board.
For Hays-Lodgepole, seven different candidates are on the ballot to fill two three-year terms.
For Chinook, there will be a mill levy on the ballot for their high school reserve fund.
In Fort Benton, incumbent Mandy Wright is running against Jason Byle for a three-year term on the School Board.
In Big Sandy, four candidates are competing for two three-year terms on the Board. There will also be a mill levy on the ballot to insulate the bus barn.
Because of a new law passed in Montana earlier this year, anyone wishing to participate in Tuesday’s election must be registered by noon today. To register, head to your county courthouse.