Friday, June 1, 2012

CA State Senate Education Voter Guide, June 5, 2012: Who Supported Public Education

CA State Senate Education Voter Guide, June 5, 2012: Who Supported Public Education:


Education Voter Guide, CA State Senate Races, June 5, 2012: Who Are the Bullies of 2011?


Coming up on June 5, 2012: California’s first open primary election in which anyone can vote for any candidate. Among other things, you’ll be choosing new State Senators in odd-numbered districts this year.
Wondered who’s up for election in the newly redistricted state of California who also DID NOT ALLOW state voters to extend revenue that funded schools? Put briefly, most schools around the state had to cut their per-pupil spending by about $540 dollars when taxes expired last June 30, 2011. Here’s who’s responsible for budget cuts to your school. If you’re seeing and feeling the pain of the cuts at your child’s school, it’s because every vote counts.
We’ve gone ahead and compiled a map of new districts, along with information on the incumbent in the district, and how they voted on some key education issues in 2011. These were all bills that the California State PTA supported and advocated to the state legislature. It’s good to see who voted what — past behavior is predictive of 

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