Video: Highlights from Morris School District debate

Candidates for the Morris School District board, at League of Women Voters forum, Oct. 16, 2018.L-R: Vij Pawar, John Creamer, Linda Murphy, Ann Rhines and Alan Smith. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
Candidates for the Morris School District board, at League of Women Voters forum, Oct. 16, 2018.L-R: Vij Pawar, John Creamer, Linda Murphy, Ann Rhines and Alan Smith. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
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Tuesday’s League of Women Voters candidates forum for the Morris School District election ended with some fireworks.

Below are more video highlights that may be helpful to voters in Morristown and Morris Township come Nov. 6.

One Morristown seat is up for grabs on the regional board, and Vij Pawar and John Creamer want it.

John Creamer, left, and Vij Pawar are competing for a Morristown seat on the Morris School District. Photo by Kevin Coughlin
John Creamer, left, and Vij Pawar are competing for a Morristown seat on the Morris School District. Photos by Kevin Coughlin

Three candidates are vying for two Morris Township seats. They are incumbent Ann Rhines, Linda Murphy and Alan Smith.

Three candidates are running for two seats in Morris Township. From left: Linda Murphy, Ann Rhines (incumbent) and Alan Smith. Photos by Kevin Coughlin
Three candidates are running for two seats in Morris Township. From left: Linda Murphy, Ann Rhines (incumbent) and Alan Smith. Photos by Kevin Coughlin

The K-12 Morris School District comprises 10 schools that teach kids from Morristown, Morris Township and (high school only) Morris Plains. Read more about the campaign.

Video: Opening Statements

Video: What is the role of the Superintendent and the Board?

Video: Is Morristown paying its fair share of school taxes?

Video: Does the District communicate with the public?

Video: What one thing tops their agendas?

Video: Closing Statements:

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