37 Governors Races. 37 U.S. Senate Races. 435 U.S. House Races. Dozens of ballot measures and initiatives that would affect public education, students and educators.
That’s what’s at stake in November!
On Tuesday, November 2nd, voters across the country will head to the polls and cast their votes. Education voters, like all voters, are concerned about the economy and jobs. Education voters understand that the single largest determinant of America’s success is whether we’re offering our children the best education possible.
Education Votes Resources for Voters
- Not registered to vote? Need to check your registration or polling location? Visit the Rock the Vote ElectionLand site for more information tailored to your state
- Election 2010: Why Education Voters Should Care – Why is this election important? Why should education voters go to the polls?
- Visit our Campaign 2010 page for links to NEA’s Legislative Report Card and recommended candidates (NEA members only) as well as printable documents you can use and share
- To read up on some fellow education activists who are proving their commitment to public education, check out our Activist Spotlight
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