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Davis School District Board of Education
Representing District #3 including Farmington, Kaysville, Centerville and Fruit Heights
These Citizens Encourage You To Join Them In Electing Peter Cannon
Brad Bullard
Terry Maxfield
James Newby
Michele LeMmon
McKay Christensen
Lee Skabelund
Marilyn Anderson
Helen Watts
Tim Roper
Paul Prier
Ann Marie Oborn
Brent Mitchell
Jared Taylor
Janet Pinson
Clark Terry
Helen Watts
Steve Willey
Ron Mortensen
Ivy Hasty
Michelle Bairus
​Damon Kershaw
Sandra Mountcastle
Ben Graham
Ben Porter
​Barbara Noriega
Amber Grant
Don Barnett
David Barton
Lamar Luke
Ashley Brunyer
Stephanie Terry
Andrew Abrams
Sid Cluff
Scott Balaich
Trent Servoss
JoAnn Bennett
Kris Kimball
Steve Moon
Karen Redd
Robert Harker
Melody Christensen
Aimea Mitchell
Arcellius Harper
Josh Kostial
Shirley Larsen
Candice Tesch
Chris Crowder
Jeffrey Smith
Claire Grover
Wayne Johns
Russell Glines
Tiffany M. Hess
Iliana Clift
Ken Clifford
Michelle Baires
​Kyle Stowell
Amy Shumway
Lynnette Brough
Jeff Moore
Tom & Janice Preuess
Rick McGurk
I feel I need to put a plug in for our incumbent school board member, Peter Cannon. I've watched him in action at the school board meetings and have visited with him personally. In all of my experiences with him, I have been very impressed and very grateful for the effort he is making to serving our students, teachers, and especially families.  

While I hope some of the other candidates might do a good job, I know that Peter Cannon is already doing an exemplary job. He is often the only vote in favor of parent, student, and community rights. At the same time, he supports our hard-working and well-performing teachers and administrators. He spends countless hours studying the bills and laws that pertain to our schools and communities in Davis County and frequently holds meetings to allow constituents to ask him questions and to discuss current concerns--the other school board members seem to try very hard to limit public interaction with actual citizens. He has the courage to be well-educated in the issues and, when necessary, to be the lone voice and lone vote supporting important principles.  

I guess what I am saying is that if every school board member were like Peter Cannon, I would not worry about education in Davis County. On the other hand, I am gravely concerned about what will happen if he no longer serves on the school board.  

Elizabeth R. Nielson, PhD (Instructional Psychology & Technology)

State Senator Stuart Adams
I've always had an affinity toward Peter. I had no idea that he has been doing what I have been spouting off that the board should be doing! It is sad that he was the only one voting against the things that so many of my friends and acquaintances have been saying should stop. He is standing for us. He has my vote too.                          Jan C. Gates
It's good to see someone not just go with the flow and actually try to make a difference.   Cherie Oliver