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Seven Individuals File for Three Available Seats on Board of Regents 2020 General Election Ballot

District 4 seat and two at-large seats up for election on Tuesday, Nov. 3

Article by DMC College Relations Office

As of the filing deadline at 5 p.m. yesterday, Aug. 17, a total of seven individuals had submitted their applications for the Del Mar College (DMC) Board of Regents 2020 general election ballot. Three seats, including the District 4 seat and two at-large seats, are up for election on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Regents elected in November will serve a six-year term, which ends in 2026. Individuals who filed for the District 4 and at-large seats include:

At-Large
Nick Adame
Shawn Flanagan
Carol Scott
John F. Wilson

District 4
Richard Pittman
Laurie Turner
Guy Watts

The Del Mar College District includes all the area in the Calallen, Corpus Christi, Flour Bluff, Tuloso-Midway and West Oso Independent School Districts. A link to the College District map (PDF file), showing the boundaries for board seats, along with a list of the voting precincts in each district, is posted on the Board of Regents Election page.

The DMC Board of Regents includes nine regents in a modified single-member district configuration. Five regents represent specific geographic districts while four serve at-large.

 

 

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