The School Election is Tuesday, Sept. 8. Please vote!
Five candidates are vying for four Ames School Board seats:
- Board President Luke Deardorff
- Director Rodney Briggs
- Nathan Buss
- Alisa Frandsen
- Lewis Rosser
Here are some reasons your vote matters:
- Your vote counts directly toward the School Election outcome.
- Voter turnout is critical to ensure balanced representation for the entire community.
- A portion of your property taxes goes to school funding, so even if you don’t have students in the district, you have a stake in the School Board’s decisions. Student success has a large impact on the current and future quality of life in your community.
- The School Board assures the Ames Community School District is in compliance with matters required by law, and hires, supervises and evaluates the Superintendent. The Board is responsible for high-level planning, policy-making and systemic evaluation of the district.
Voting Centers and hours
On Sept. 8, Ames voting centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Voters may vote wherever it is convenient for them to do so.
(1) Harvest Vineyard Church, 1627 S. High Ave.
(2) University Baptist Church, 2400 Mortensen Parkway
(3) Ames Public Library Auditorium, 515 Douglas Ave.
(4) Heartland Baptist Church, 3504 Grand Ave.
(5) Bethesda Lutheran Church, 1517 Northwestern Ave.
(6) Ascension Lutheran Church, 2400 Bloomington Road
(7) Collegiate United Methodist Church, 2622 Lincoln Way
(8) Trinity Christian Reformed Church, 3626 Ontario Street
For more information, visit the Story County School Elections website.