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School Board Candidate Kevinn Donovan
School Board Candidate Kevinn Donovan

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AIR DATE: June 22, 2012

The Clark County School District recently sent out pink slips to more than 400 teachers and is struggling to plug a massive budget gap but Kevinn Donovan says while all of this is going on, cuts to classroom should be avoided at all costs. Donovan is a candidate for School Board District A. His day job is as a construction contract administrator for Las Vegas Sands and he has lived in District A since moving to Henderson 14 years ago. He says if elected he wants to create greater transparency in the district and lower class sizes. Kevinn Donovan joins us to talk about why he wants to be the next school board trustee from District A.

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