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Avito Miranda, who is running against two incumbents for one of a pair of seats on the Shoreline Unified School District board, said his bid is based on simple arithmetic. Latinos constitute a majority in the school district, yet they have no representative on the school board. “They make up 60 percent,” he said, “so at a minimum at least three need to be Latino.” David Briggs

A political newcomer is challenging the incumbents in the race for two seats on the Shoreline Unified School District board. If elected, Avito Miranda, a 47-year-old business owner and Inverness resident, would be the only Latino member on the board. His campaign has launched the first contested election since 2007. 

On November 5, he . . .

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