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Knox Countians Favor Term Limits for School Board

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By Focus Staff
By a large majority, Knox County voters favor term limits for the members of the Knox County Board of Education.
This week’s Knoxville Focus poll posed the question: “Most elected offices in Knox County are limited to two consecutive terms.  Do you support term limits for Knox County school board members?”
A resounding 85.22% say they believe Board of Education members should be limited to two terms.
The districts posting the highest majorities in favor of term limits were the Ninth District (South Knoxville) and the Fifth (the Town of Farragut and surrounding areas).  In South Knoxville, almost 94% of likely voters said they believe the Board of Education should be limited to two terms.  Inside the Fifth District, almost 90% of likely voters felt the same way.

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