“But in his ruling, Judge Stone wrote that the plain language of the state constitution suggests that school board elections are intended to operate independent of partisan politics. “There is perhaps no more partisan a test than a contested, partisan election,” Stone wrote.
The judge also wrote that because school board members are paid a salary and are provided state-sponsored benefits, the plain meaning of “employment” would expand to include those individuals.”
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