Visit StonierforOurFuture.org to learn more! Monica Stonier knows the jobs of the future require a highly trained and educated work force. But in Olympia, her opponent, Julie Olson, would join with Republicans who voted to cut $80 million dollars from our schools. And Olson supports taking more funds from public schools to pay for privately run charter schools that only a few students can attend.
Monica Stonier is a local teacher who will fight to get all kids the quality education they need to compete for jobs in the global economy. Stonier supports tax breaks for small business to create jobs now and strong schools to prepare kids for jobs in the future. Vote for Monica Stonier for the 17th District state House!
Visit ReplaceHargrove.org to learn more. When it was time to choose between big banks or our kids, 47th District Rep. Mark Hargrove took the money! Hargrove is funded by Wall Street banks, tobacco, insurance, and drug companies. Hargrove chose to protect tax breaks for out of state banks instead of investing in smaller class sizes.
Then Mark Hargrove joined only 11 other legislators to vote against a bill that would protect our kids from sexual predators like what happened at Penn State. Mark Hargrove. Whose side is he on? Not our kids.
Conservative activist lawyer Steve O’Ban has an extreme agenda for our public schools. In Olympia, O’Ban would join the Republicans who voted to cut $80 million from our schools even though our classrooms are overcrowded.
As a state House candidate in the 28th District, O’Ban supports taking even more funds from public schools to pay for privately run charter schools that only a few students can attend. O’Ban even proposed allowing teachers without proper certification or training into classrooms!
Steve O’Ban: The wrong agenda. For our schools. For our kids.
Visit McAuliffeforOurFuture.org to learn more! Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe stands for REAL education reform, which is why teachers and education support professionals in Northshore and other local school districts are supporting her. Rosemary has fought to fully fund our public schools, and she helped write and pass our state's rigorous new teacher evaluation law.
Unlike her opponent, Rosemary opposes diverting public school funding into new, privately operated charter schools. Instead she supports solutions that benefit ALL students, such as reducing class sizes so students can get the individual teacher attention they deserve.