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Two LVJUSD Board of Education Seats Up for Reelection this November

July 1, 2024 – Livermore, CA – Two seats on the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) Board of Education will be up for reelection this year on the November 5, 2024 ballot. The five trustees of the Board serve staggered four-year terms. Currently, the seats up for reelection are held by Board Clerk Kristie Wang and Board Trustee Yanira Guzmán. Both Wang and Guzmán do not plan to seek reelection in lieu of other professional and personal pursuits.

Members of the community who are interested in a candidacy can view the District’s website for a Board Trustee Candidate Information form that includes links to details about the district, roles and responsibilities of public service as a board member, and the election process. Also included is a meetings calendar; timelines for candidates; conflict of interest and campaign reporting requirements; City of Livermore regulations regarding campaign signs; and the California Fair Political Practices Commission rules. 

Interested parties may obtain and complete all filing documents from the office of the Alameda County Registrar of Voters between July 15, 2024 and August 9, 2024, which is the official candidate nomination period. Serving on the local Board of Education is a meaningful way to contribute to one’s community. Being a trustee of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District does not require a degree in education or a background in politics. It does require a sincere interest and strong investment in the community and the education of its children.

For additional information or questions, please contact Jennifer Arias at or 925-606-3283.