The primary election for the Pasadena Unified School District Board of Education takes place Tuesday.
Altadena voters can choose between incumbent school board member Kim Kenne and Information Technology consultant Dean Cooper to represent District 1.
To find out where each candidate stands on issues like dealing with a shrinking school district budget, see a Q&A on Pasadena Education Network here.
Patch sent Kenne and Cooper questions Saturday night but did not hear back from them by early Tuesday morning.
See a list of local polling places attached to this post.
For further information regarding Pasadena elections, call the city clerk's office at (626) 744-4124.
Check back on Patch for election results.
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