Election day, November 7, 2023, is different this year (Public Board)

by JoFrance, Friday, October 27, 2023, 20:38 (36 days ago)

I have been bombarded lately with mail from people running in school board elections. They all state how they support parents rights and want to focus on academics, unlike whoever is in there now. They promise to share all information about their child with parents. All "how-to" sex books are off the shelves in school libraries.

I don't have any kids, but I was shocked to learn the school librarian in one of the schools I support with my taxes think young children should have access to those sex books at any age. No. Absolutely not.

Most school board election candidates have never had competitors in the over 30 years I've lived here, but they do now. Are you seeing something similar where you live?

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Election day, November 7, 2023, is different this year

by ,ndo, Certifiable!, Friday, October 27, 2023, 21:30 (36 days ago) @ JoFrance

Obviously I can't answer your specific question but I can say that I see these developments as encouraging. I have said before that changes in the US need to be from the ground up, and that that was indeed happening in various place - this to me looks similar. There are lots of good things happening all over the place, including here where I am. Not necessarily big individually but all added up they are very encouraging. I believe the pendulum is swinging back.

Election day, November 7, 2023, is different this year

by JoFrance, Saturday, October 28, 2023, 18:28 (35 days ago) @ ,ndo
edited by JoFrance, Saturday, October 28, 2023, 18:32

It looks encouraging to me. People have awakened after seeing what their kids were being taught in school when Covid forced classes online. Its just remarkable to see how parents are fighting back against the gay/grooming/trans agenda. I see so many discussions on Nextdoor, which is a local community forum site, about the school board elections now. No one used to care.

I think you're right that the pendulum is starting to swing back.

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