Campaign finance reports indicate heated races
Spring Hill — Campaign finance reports for the May 11 election show fierce competition in the Spring Hill Independent School District’s school board race, and some substantial support for alcohol sales in West and North Longview.
The reports — filed 30 days before the election — show four of the five candidates for Spring Hill ISD’s board of trustees spent more than $2,000 on flyers, yard signs and other advertising costs.
Spring Hill operates on an “at large, by place” system of representation. Candidates must file for a specific place on the board but the place is not determined by geographical boundaries. Any resident of the district can run for any place.
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