As you probably have read recently, nationally recognized conservative blogger and syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin recently endorsed Diane Douglas for Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction. Now, Diane has received another endorsement! Please see the press release below.
May 19, 2014
CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR AMERICA ENDORSES DIANE DOUGLAS FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION
In a unanimous vote of its leadership team, Concerned Citizens for America (CC4A) of the Verde Valley has endorsed Diane Douglas for Arizona Superintendent of Public Education.
CC4A believes that Ms.Douglas will work to ensure that all Arizona children receive an education that will prepare them to successfully participate in today’s and tomorrow’s competitive marketplace.
Ms. Douglas’ proven business experience has equipped her to wisely administer school expenditures and to prudently audit school expenses.
Ms. Douglas supports legislation to cancel the Common Core standards for Arizona schools, she will find solutions to improve the low high school graduation rates, she will defend our 10th Amendment right to control education at the local level and she will work with legislators to stop the unconstitutional massive data collection on students and their families as mandated by the federal government.
CC4A urges Arizona’s voters to support Diane Douglas for Arizona Superintendent of Education.
CC4A is an advocate for limited government, fiscal responsibility, border security, free market competition, strong national defense, and adherence to the Constitution.
CC4A’s monthly educational meetings are open to everyone regardless of political party affiliation. Meetings are held on the first Thursday each month from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road (off of Dry Creek Road) in West Sedona.
For more information about Concerned Citizens for America, contact Andrea Kadar at 281-682-8743 or email@example.com.
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