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Sandy Lowe holds a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Welfare from the University of Minnesota. She has 18 years of business research experience through the Arizona Public Service Company and 15 years of volunteer education experience. She has lived in Tempe for 23 and has two sons. Her website is www.SandyLowe.com.
David Schapira, who is also running for state senate, graduated from George Washington University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He has taught at the high school level and he was an instructor at Arizona State University. Schapira was an aide to US Senator Tom Daschle and was manager of Terry Goddard's 2002 campaign for Arizona Attorney General. His website is www.DavidforAZ.com (Senate campaign website).
Dave Wells holds a PhD from the University of Southern California in Political Economy and Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts in both Economics and Mathematics with a minor in Education from Bucknell University. He is currently a senior lecturer at Arizona State University. His website is www.Wells4Schools.com.
Duane Washkowiak holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Political Science from Lewis University. He has previously served as president of the Tempe Kiwanis Club and chaired the Site Council at Marcos de Niza High School. His website is www.DuaneWashkowiak.net.
Mary Lou Taylor is running for reelection on the TUHSD Governing Board. She was a public school teacher for 38 years and is the founding President of the Tempe Chapter of
Republican Presidential candidates Ron Paul, Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich square off in the GOP debate inside the Mesa Arts Center, Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012.
Stories from our special medical supplement
A collection of columns by Ahwatukee medical experts Agnes Oblas, Astrid Heathcote, Michael Urig and Rashmi "Rush" Bhatnagar.
A collection of columns from fitness and nutrition experts Shannon Sorrels, Paula Owens and Michael Murphy.