Abbotsford’s 17 school board candidates lined a long table at the Abby Arts Centre on Thursday to answer questions from the district parent advisory council at the school district’s only all-candidates forum. Dustin Godfrey/Abbotsford News

Here’s what you need to know about Abbotsford’s 17 school board candidates

Includes professional/education backgrounds, their priorities and brief answers to four questions

Earlier this month, we sent out a questionnaire to all 17 candidates in the Abbotsford School District board of education election race. Here, you can find their answers to four short questions and how they rank their priorities, as well as information on where to find each candidate in social media, who nominated them and a bit about their education and professional backgrounds.

RELATED: Abbotsford candidate list released as nomination period closes

Find all of our local election coverage here.

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