San Gabriel School Board Candidate Andrew Ammon to Focus on the Positives
Posted Tuesday, October 25, 2011-5:03 pm
by Winston Chua
After a weekend altercation with former San Gabriel School Board Member Scott Svonkin, San Gabriel School Board candidate Andrew Ammon says he aims to stay positive on the issues that benefit San Gabriel K-12 students, issues like school safety and decisions that will benefit the student body.
Ammon got into it with Svonkin this past Saturday and went so far as to file an incident report with the police after Svonkin allegedly tried to intimidate the November candidate.
Ammon said that Svonkin has tried to intimidate at least several other people in the past who have disagreed with him publicly and vocally. San Gabriel voters, it was reported in the Pasadena Independent, were largely opposed to Svonkin’s election run for the Community College School Board.
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