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Mary Richards, KSL NewsradioPeople for and against splitting the Jordan School District say the issue is really ramping up before the election because of a recent vote by the Board of Education.
The Jordan board officially came out against splitting the school district. Since then, the group Citizens for Small School Districts says money has poured in. They will now use that to try to convince east-side communities and West Jordan to vote "yes" on the split.
But split opponents aren't resting either. They will hand out fliers and signs explaining what they say are consequences of cities splitting from the Jordan district.