Education Voters Forum
Teacher Votes Count
"Fewer than 40 percent of Philadelphians voted for governor in 2010, when Republican Tom Corbett rode a Tea Party wave to power. Democratic turnout was pathetic.
This is the sort of voter disengagement that Corbett is counting on to win re-election in November. But over the last four years, thanks to catastrophic budget cuts to public education, state politics has finally attracted some local attention, and anger."
Angry about cuts to education in Philadelphia? VOTE about it.
But first, get educated on the Democratic candidates for governor at Teachers Lead Philly's Education Voters Forum. Get resources for this election (including TAG's Candidate Report Card and PCAPS's Education Voter Pledge), learn about an upcoming forum with the candidates, and contribute to a press release that will inform the candidates and the public about what matters to teachers this election. Join us to get educated and raise a mighty teacher voice to elect a governor who will support Philly's students and teachers.