View the 2022 Education Voters’ Guide
What can you expect to find in the 2022 voters’ guide? First, you’ll see poll findings from a recent survey of parents. From the Alliance:
Parents, regardless of political affiliation, report that they support and want more public charter schools in their area. According to The Harris Poll, 82% of respondents across the political spectrum said they would be willing to vote for someone outside their political party if the candidate shared matching views on education issues. And 83% of parents agree that education has become a more important issue to them than it was in the past.
Next, the page provides information from a recent Alliance report about how the pandemic has reshaped parent perspectives. Parents, the report notes, are “never going back” to the way things were pre-pandemic. Finally, the page includes ways to learn more about public charter schools, including links to FAQs. The Alliance has also created a new website with easy ways to check voter registration status, polling location, and more. Find that here.
#ParentsVote and the upcoming Social Media Day of Action
On September 30, the Alliance launched a social media day of action, with another one planned for Tuesday, October 18. The Alliance is asking charter supporters to post a tweet at 12 noon on October 18 using the hashtag #ParentsVote. The organization is also running a new digital ad in select urban markets, including Charlotte. See the ad on the power of parent voters below.