Great Lakes Education Project Proudly Endorses General Election Candidates for House, Senate
Second Round of Endorsements Awarded to General Election Candidates for Their Commitment to Put Students First, Defend Parents
LANSING – The Great Lakes Education Project (GLEP) today proudly made its second round of endorsements, backing general election candidates in both the state House and state Senate. Each endorsed candidate has demonstrated a real and lasting commitment to put Michigan kids first, to defend the rights and choices of parents, and to fight back against failed public school bureaucrats holding our children back.
“Gretchen Whitmer and public school bureaucrats haven’t just failed our kids – they’ve fought tooth and nail to keep their parents in the dark,” said GLEP Executive Director Beth DeShone. “The Great Lakes Education Project is proud and excited to stand with women and men fighting back to defend Michigan’s children and their parents.
“Michigan’s kids deserve open classrooms and their parents deserve transparency and respect, not secret agendas and locked classrooms.”
Additional state Senate general election candidates endorsed today include:
Additional state House general election candidates endorsed today include:
The Great Lakes Education Project is a bi-partisan, non-profit advocacy organization supporting quality choices in public education for all Michigan students. GLEP strongly supports efforts to improve academic achievement, increase accountability and empower parental choice in our schools.