• Incumbent Erika Cox has served on the Camas School Board in District 2 since 2018. She has chaired the city of Camas' Salary Commission, served as president of Prune Hill Elementary PTA, volunteered on the Dorothy Fox Elementary PTA executive board, and served on the Citizen's Advisory Committee to the school board.

    Cox is running for re-election to continue to prioritize health, equitable opportunities for students, and engagement with the community. Under her experienced leadership, Camas students and families currently have the option of remote learning as well as safe, in-person education.

    Her opponent is Jeremiah Chevrolet Stephen, an insurance agent and former oil and pipeline operations planner. Both Stephen and fellow candidate Geigenmiller are campaigning on taking politics out of schools, but both are supported by the League of Conservative Women Voters, with Stephen being promoted on a Clark County Republican Facebook page. Stephen says that he is running because of "inappropriate" content in schools, which he provides no additional context on. He does not believe that equity programs can help students who are struggling and would provide "equal opportunities" for students - a notion which many researchers, education advocates, and teachers have said only exacerbates the issue and puts students of color, low-income students, and homeless students further behind.

    We recommend Erika Cox for Camas School District Director in District No. 2.

    Incumbent Erika Cox has served on the Camas School Board in District 2 since 2018. She has chaired the city of Camas' Salary Commission, served as president of Prune Hill Elementary PTA, volunteered on the Dorothy Fox Elementary PTA executive board, and served on the Citizen's Advisory Committee to the school board.

    Cox is running for re-election to continue to prioritize health, equitable opportunities for students, and engagement with the community. Under her experienced leadership, Camas students and families currently have the option of remote learning as well as safe, in-person education.

    Her opponent is Jeremiah Chevrolet Stephen, an insurance agent and former oil and pipeline operations planner. Both Stephen and fellow candidate Geigenmiller are campaigning on taking politics out of schools, but both are supported by the League of Conservative Women Voters, with Stephen being promoted on a Clark County Republican Facebook page. Stephen says that he is running because of "inappropriate" content in schools, which he provides no additional context on. He does not believe that equity programs can help students who are struggling and would provide "equal opportunities" for students - a notion which many researchers, education advocates, and teachers have said only exacerbates the issue and puts students of color, low-income students, and homeless students further behind.

    We recommend Erika Cox for Camas School District Director in District No. 2.

    Erika Cox

    Incumbent Erika Cox has served on the Camas School Board in District 2 since 2018.

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