Dear Friends and Neighbors:We’re now down to four weeks to the Lexington School Committee election and it’s time to start having a visible presence around town. That means one thing: Signs! Even though the race is uncontested, it's still important to get the word out and make sure the community keeps my name in mind as March 4 approaches. There are two ways to help me with this. One, you can hold a sign in the center for an hour or so on an upcoming Saturday. Two, you can hold a sign at a polling spot on Election Day, March 4. Click here to go to our sign-holding sign-up sheet. Also, if you would like to plant a sign in your yard, please let us know by clicking on this link https://www.scottbokun.com/get-involved and filling out the volunteer form. Want to talk schools, or introduce me to a friend? Join me at one of my upcoming events and spread the word: Saturday 2/9 - 10:30am-12pm Candidate Coffee hosted by Lisa Weiler 35 Wachusett Drive, Lexington Saturday 2/9 – 2:00-3:30 pm I’ll be reading stories to children as part of the LEF Unplug! Event at the Lexington Community Center. Sunday 2/10 - 3-4:30pm Candidate Coffee hosted by Bernadette Sewell & Mollie Garberg 10 Barrymeade Drive, Lexington Thursday 2/14 - 7-9:30pm Lexington League of Women Voters Candidates’ Night Jonas Clarke Middle School 17 Stedman Rd, Lexington Sunday 2/18 - 8-9am, Chat with Scott at Starbucks 60 Bedford St, Lexington You can check out additional events here. Thank you so much for your support!
Vote Scott for Schools on Monday, March 4th!