Voting Gives You Power

Elections | 09/19/2018

Mimi Rodman
Executive Director

As Executive Director, Mimi guides the strategy and policy work at Stand for Children Illinois.

Your vote is one of the most powerful things you have. It is so important for us all to use our votes, to help influence society as best we can.

The simple act of voting gives you power, making your voice influential. Turnout in elections like this year’s mid-term is usually lower, which means your vote has even more power to create change.

It’s important to remember that our state is only as strong as our children, and our children can only succeed if they are provided with a quality education.

Will you pledge to vote in November’s general election?

Stand for Children IL PAC endorsed candidates across the state who understand that educational equity means spending taxpayer dollars wisely and fairly.

We look to these leaders to stop the droves of high school grads leaving for out-of-state colleges. This means we need strong schools and engaging college, career, and technical education options for all students.

If there is one issue that should never be political, it’s education. That’s why Stand is supporting candidates with integrity and pragmatism who will reach across the aisle.

Join me and pledge to vote for education champions in the general election.

Stand’s endorsed candidates are committed to fighting for an equitable education system that gives all students a chance to succeed. These candidates have our support, and if you live in their district, I hope you support them with your vote.

 

(Paid for by Stand for Children IL PAC)

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