Then once he was made aware that at least some people thought his campaign literature was deceptive, correcting it on his web-page, he didn’t feel the need to correct it on his mail outs where he continued to identify himself as a Naval engineer.
He also didn’t reveal that this is not his first foray into politics as he ran for the water and soil board a few years back. Hmm I wonder what he cares about most, our children, our water, or just getting his foot in the door of politics.
But worst of all are his ideas. He doesn’t think teachers are professionals or their experience matters; he is okay with larger classes and the avalanche of high stakes standardized tests and would actively seek to privatize our schools from within. Shouldn’t our board members be advocates for our schools? I think so.