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Silicon Valley school district changes how its officials are chosen

The Fremont Union High School District will change the way future trustees are elected come November. The district, which enrolls students from Cupertino, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Saratoga and Santa Clara, is switching from at-large elections — where residents can vote for any candidate — to electing area-based board members. This means the school district will split into five areas balanced by census data, where voters elect a trustee within their area. The goal is to increase representation in areas that haven’t had a trustee seat in years. The change will affect the election of two trustee seats this November: Board President…

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