Please Help Gather Signatures April 26 for Diane Douglas!
There will be a signature gathering event this Saturday for Diane Douglas, to ensure her name is on the ballot for the Republican nomination for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction. With your help, we can secure Diane’s place on the ballot this weekend!
Click HERE for the flyer.
Join the group at 410 E. Mesa Vista Lane in Mesa Saturday, April 26 at 9:30 am or 12 noon. (Two separate events.)
Directions: From Mesa Dr. & Ingram (between McKellips & Brown), go east on Ingram, then right on Spring and right on Mesa Vista Lane. There is limited parking near the home, so you may want to park on Spring or Mesa Vista Lane east of Spring.
Anyone can come. All forms, fliers, lists, maps and training are provided. It’s fun and easy!
Sun protection (hat)
Clipboard and pen (provided if you don’t have them)
If you can't gather signatures on Saturday but want to help out, please support our efforts by making a donation to help with the costs of printing and supplies. Contact Tracy at 480.529.1123 or go to the Arizona Coalition for Excellence in Education website if you would like to donate or if you have questions.
Ms. Douglas has been studying the American education system and its history for almost 20 years. In addition, she has studied curriculum content and instructional theories to insure the quality of her own daughter’s education. She has served on PTAs, school site councils, on district committees, and ultimately on the Peoria Unified Governing Board. During that time, she has worked and consulted with experts throughout Arizona and the nation. She has spoken at numerous conferences and events in Arizona and nationally.
Ms. Douglas firmly believes in local control of education and that Common Core must be stopped.
A favorite quote is from Winston Churchill:
“There is no doubt that it is around the family and the home that all the greatest virtues, the most dominating virtues of human society, are created, strengthened and maintained.”
Diane Douglas, Candidate for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction