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This is the MOST important school board election in Waukee. Ever.

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CAN'T VOTE IN PERSON

You can request an absentee ballot by mail.  The last day to request your ballot is October 18, 2021

CAMPAIGN BUZZ

October 31, 2021

Candidates Send Letter to School Board to Dispel Rumors

The rumor mill has been working overtime on the WWU candidates.  Make sure you get the real truth.  Read their LETTER to the Board.

October 3o, 2021

Opposition uses FOIA to try and win school board election

A Waukee parent shared other parents' emails to the board obtained via a FOIA request to several local media outlets out of "concern for the safety of their child if any of the WWU candidates get elected."  See how that story plays out HERE

October 4, 2021

Warriors & Wolves United in the news

Did you see KCCI's news coverage of the Waukee School Board race?  Watch it below and share, share, share!  

September 20, 2021

Warriors & Wolves United issues press release

WWU issued a press release about the four candidates they are supporting for #WaukeeSchoolBoard.  READ HERE

September 13, 2021

Warriors & Wolves United identifies four top-notch candidates to run in pivotal WCSD board race

Four WWU candidates filed nomination paperwork today. They are so anxious to get to work for the parents, students, teachers and entire Waukee community.  Ready to meet them? CLICK HERE

COUNTDOWN TO ELECTION DAY

November 2, 2021

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August 30, 2021 

Warriors & Wolves United (WWU) launches campaign committee to ensure community voices are represented on WCSD board

 

WWU is on a mission to defend our public schools from the movement across our country to teach harmful, political ideology in our schools. Divisive curriculums and policies have already taken root at Waukee, without the consent of most parents, students or our community at large.  WWU believes public education should be based on facts, and should nurture each student's unique abilities and needs so they can grow up to be independent, resilient, free-thinking, compassionate citizens. Our classrooms should focus on rigorous instruction in history, civics, literature, math, the sciences, and the ideas and values that our country was founded upon - life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.