A sealed grand jury report recommends the removal of some Broward County School Board members — and some might be up for re-election, the Sun Sentinel reports.
Three Broward schools administrators were criminally indicted as a result of this grand jury’s findings. They are former Superintendent Robert Runcie, former General Counsel Barbara Myrick and former Chief Information Officer Tony Hunter.
Current School Board members Lori Alhadeff, Donna Korn and Nora Rupert have re-election challenges. If they win re-election and then are recommended for removal, Gov. Ron DeSantis will appoint replacements. That is likely to tighten Republican control in the Democratic-dominated county.
– Anne Geggis, Florida Politics