Ohio, Vote Against Common Core In Today’s Primaries

Registered Republicans in Ohio can fight Common Core by casting their vote today in support of candidates and party platform issues that deliberately take a stance against Fed led ed.
The Ohio primaries are being held today, May 6, 2014.
Anti-Common-Core activist Ellen Shorts Vossler, has issued the following statement, which is endorsed by the citizen group Stop Common Core Ohio:

If you want some help in knowing some names who are against common core.I got some names for in today’s primary.
William F for Probate judge, Matt Lynch for 14 th Congressional race, against common core Nancy Mcauther , Kelly Kohls, look for names in your district. Pat Paridon, Lissha B for Trumbull county Pasquale Licciardillo, Paul C Louser, Jeff Lindsey, Douglas Dadsman, Ben Greenwalt, James Riample, Susan Daughtery, Danielle Booze, Kevin Wyndham, Paul Bonnette, Christine Paridon ( smith), Stacy Marsh, Probate Court William Flareves, .
Write ins John Metzinger, Debbie Lewis, Congressional 13 th district write in Thomas Pekarek,. Ohio Senate candidates Corey Shankleton, Kevin Solveson, Kelly Kohls, Kris Jordon, Caleb Davenport, Dennis Harbert, Ohio House candidates Meta Hahns, Pat Manley, Jim Burgess, Tom Brinkman, Kristina Roegner, Scott Alergrini, Paul Zeltwager? Ron Young, John Becker, Jason Rogers, Chris Sarawicki, write in Linda O Brien, Ron Rood, Kyle Koehler, Nino Vitalio, Mark E Williams Dan Fogt, Barb Cole. District state committee, 10 th Bruce Hull, 27th Beth Williams, 29 th Lisa Bast.. Vote no on issue # 1 .

So if you’re headed off to the OH primaries, print this list and have a conversation with the candidates. Ask the questions:

1. What is your stance on Common Core Standards?
2. Do you support fed led education?
3. Can we count on you to vote no on any legislation or policy that approves federal funding for local education issues?
(Believe me, this is a hard core question that will bring telling dialogue.)

Karin Piper

Colorado PolitiChick Karin Piper is an award winning author and transparency expert specializing in education and union transparency. She provides policy tools necessary for parents, union memberis, teachers and decision makers to become informed consumers in the educational marketplace. She also serves as executive director of ParentledReform.org, an organization she helped found, and works with various other non-partisan likeminded organizations. Karin was a finalist for OGI's 2012 Burke-Carr Public Interest Awards and nominated as candidate for Charter School Friend of the Year in 2009. Her knowledge of state and federal open records laws and tireless advocacy for open union negotiations has been featured by major media outlets across the nation. Her debut book, CHARTER SCHOOLS: The Ultimate Handbook for Parents, was awarded a 2009 finalist in best books for parenting and education, by USA Book News and appeared in bookstores around the world. Born and raised in Sweden, she lives in Douglas County, Colorado, the epicenter of education reform. Karin is a frequently sought as a parental voice and expert opinion in response to much of today's political edu-rhetoric and legislation proposals. She has been interviewed by many news outlets, including CBS, NBC, KNUS, EdNews, Denver Post, Los Angeles Times, and many others.

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