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General Election Endorsements

Cleveland Plan School Levy - WON

StudentsFirst supports the Cleveland Plan School Levy and has joined a coalition that includes the Cleveland Teachers Association that is working to pass it. Read More

Rep. Kristina Roegner - WON

Rep. Kristina Roegner was first elected to represent House District 42 in 2010, and is running for re-election in House District 37. As a member of the House Education Committee, Rep. Roegner has been a reliable vote for education reform, illustrated by her support for removing low performing teachers from the classrooms. Read More

Stephanie Kunze - WON

Stephanie Kunze is running for state representative in House District 24. She is currently a councilwoman in Hilliard and is ready to take bold action to reform education in Ohio as a state representative. She wants teachers to be paid more based on their effectiveness and for failing charters schools to be closed. Read More

Rep. Andy Thompson - WON

Rep. Andy Thompson was first elected to represent House District 93 in 2010, and is running for re-election in House District 95. As a member of the House Education Committee, Rep. Thompson has been a leader on student-centered education reform policies that improve teacher evaluations and compensation programs for educators. Read More

Rep. Craig Newbold - LOST

Rep. Craig Newbold is running for re-election in House District 1, which he has represented since 2011. As a member of the State House, Rep. Newbold has taken bold action on behalf of Ohio's children voting to reform K-12 education. Read More

Rep. Mike Dovilla - WON

Rep. Mike Dovilla was first elected to represent House District 18 in 2010, and is now running for re-election in House District 7. As a member of the House Education Committee, Rep. Dovilla is working hard to enact legislation critical to reforming education in Ohio. Read More

Rep. Michael Stinziano - WON

Rep. Michael Stinziano was first elected to represent House District 25 in 2010 and is now running for re-election in House District 18. Rep. Stinziano has shown a willingness to focus on what is best for students regardless of politics. He's in favor of performance based compensation rather than seniority, so teachers can earn significantly higher salaries. Read More

Sen. John Eklund - WON

Sen. Eklund has made education reform a priority in the Senate. He voted in favor of allowing districts to remove ineffective teachers from the classroom, and supports requiring schools to notify parents, before placing a child in a classroom with an ineffective teacher. Read More

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General: Nov 6, 2012


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