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Incumbent Thom Hulme and Dr. Neena Biswas are candidates for Place 4 in the Coppell ISD Board of Trustees election. According to results updated by Dallas County, Biswas won with 10,856 votes compared to Hulme’s 10,427 votes.

Biswas defeats incumbent president in Board of Trustees election

Shivi Sharma, Executive News Editor November 6, 2020

Coppell ISD Board of Trustees candidate Dr. Neena Biswas pulled ahead of incumbent Thom Hulme for Place 4 on the board, with 10,856 votes and 51.01% compared to Hulme’s 10,427 votes and 48.99%. “I...

In Tuesday’s City Council election, incumbent Wes Mays won against David Bernstein for Place 3. As no candidate won the majority for Place 5, leading candidates John Jun and Jim Walker are headed for a runoff election of Dec. 8. Graphic by Pranati Kandi

Mays wins re-election, Place 5 heads for runoff in City Council election

Avani Kashyap, Daily News/Assignment Editor November 6, 2020

On Tuesday, Coppell’s unofficial city council election results were announced, with Wes Mays winning re-election for Place 3 and Place 5 heading for a runoff election on Dec. 8. Cliff Long and Mark...

Coppell parent Dan Koller has written over 100 postcards since July as part of Postcards to Swing States, an initiative encouraging voter participation in the 2020 election. Postcards to Swing States is a nonpartisan initiative that encourages people to vote in 14 swing states, including Texas.

Conducting local elections during pandemic

Shivi Sharma, Executive News Editor September 28, 2020

I vote in every election because... Each of the over 100 letters Coppell parent and former 2018 Coppell ISD Board of Trustees candidate Dan Koller signed as part of Vote Forward, a nonpartisan initiative...

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