Not looking for projection of winners but rather number of votes cast in Red Clay school board elections. There are two board seats up for election, nominating districts A & D.
My prediction for A (Bohom vs Tracy) is a total combined votes of 1172 votes cast and for D (Walters vs Woods) a total of 1132 votes cast.
So what’s your guess? Hey Publius if you win I’ll see if Pandora is willing to give you a spanking!
All guesses must be made by midnight tonight and remember get out and vote for real tomorrow! Good luck to all the candidates and no matter who wins we all must move forward and do our best working the winners!
UPDATE 9:30 p.m. I’ve been in communication with Mr. Mullin and he explained he went to the school’s site copy names from the staff directory and just added @christina.k12.de.us.. He did not sent E-mail from a state server but surely E-mail were routed through the server to get to destination. The E-mail / Electronic policy of the state / CSD applies to school / state employees. Mr. Mullin isn’t in violation of policies because he is not a state employee or school employee. However, if elected sure, the rule would apply to him as a user. BUT now the question is, if the receiver of the E-mails prints or forwards his E-mail they may be in violation of the usage rule. I cannot post Mr. Mullin’s actual E-mail to me because of one on one confidential rules here and it wasn’t sent in public form. I’ve ask his permission to post if he wants. But he wanted to clarify. Thank you Mr. Mullin.
It’s been brought to my attention that a board candidate in the Christina School District is sending out campaign material / Flyers to bulk E-mails to Christina school staff via staff’s state E-mail accounts!