Jay Rey reports in the Buffalo News:
“at least two of the three candidates knocked off the ballot for Tuesday’s Buffalo School Board election are waging write-in campaigns.
The third is deciding whether it’s still worth giving it a try amid all the turmoil surrounding this year’s contentious elections for the six district seats on the nine-member board.
The most vigorous write-in campaign is likely to come from board President James M. Sampson, who didn’t have enough valid signatures to make the ballot in his West District. He challenged the ruling by the Erie County Board of Elections in court Wednesday, but fell short.”