In this Indiana suburb school board election, the red wave didn't materialize
In November, anti-critical race theory and pro-parental rights groups made a push to win seats on school boards around the country. But the election results were mixed for these conservative candidates during the midterm elections.
Lee Gaines of WFYI takes a look at a school district in suburban Indianapolis where only one of a handful of candidates successfully won a seat on the board.
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