Write-in candidate files for Ypsilanti School Board
Editor's note: This story has been corrected.
Write-in candidate Karyn Goven has entered the race for two spots on the Ypsilanti School Board.
She will face Andy Fanta, Linda Horne and Eric Temple in her bid for a spot on the school board.
In order to become a valid write-in candidate, an individual must file a Declaration of Intent with the appropriate filling official by 4 p.m. on the second Friday preceding the election, according to the Washtenaw County Clerk's Office website.
Goven's name will not appear on the ballot Tuesday, but voters may select her for the position by writing her name in the blank space provided and darken the oval.
A Facebook page promotes her campaign.
Goven could not immediately be reached for comment.