KEA Endorsements

2017 WEAC Endorsed State Superintendent Candidate Tony Evers & KEA Endorsed School Board Candidates:

Spring Primary – Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Spring General Election – Tuesday, April 4, 2017

WI State Superintendent

Dr. Tony Evers

Evers_200pxThe WEAC Board of Directors is recommending Dr. Tony Evers for State Superintendent.

The recommendation of Dr. Evers comes after candidate interviews, advancement by the WEAC Political Action Committee and member feedback. WEAC will begin sharing information about our recommended candidate with members in advance of the February 21 spring primary election.

In making its recommendation, the Board considered Dr. Evers’ strong Wisconsin Public Schools record. Under his leadership of the Department of Public Instruction, Dr. Evers has introduced solid solutions for school funding, promoted public schools for their role in providing opportunities to all children, and opened a larger role for educators and parents in state education decisions.

“Dr. Evers is a champion of public education and every Wisconsin student,” said Ron Martin, an eighth grade teacher and WEAC President. “He respects the roles of teachers and education support professionals in every decision that impacts students, and will continue to work tirelessly to restore public schools so they can provide opportunities to all students, no matter where in the state they live.”

KEA School Board Endorsements

KEA members have voted to endorse the following candidates for the Spring KUSD School Board Election. The General Election will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017.

Mary Modder, Zak Jakobs, Dan Wade

From KEA President Anne Knapp: “Kenosha Education Association educators believe these three candidates share our vision for strengthening Kenosha Unified School District. In making their recommendations for the Kenosha School Board, KEA members focused on areas including support for public schools and ensuring educators and parents have a voice in school decisions.”

“These three candidates share the values of public school educators and have a strong desire to keep our communities strong,” Knapp said. “They have earned our support and we are proud to recommend them.”

Where do I vote?

Vote for our students, vote for our community, and vote for our profession!

This is an 11.0101(10)(b)(1) communication with KEA members.