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NC Association of Educators Endorse Attorney General Josh Stein for Governor

Source: NCAE Endorses Stein

The North Carolina Association of Educators, North Carolina’s largest education advocacy organization for public school employees, recently announced its endorsement of Attorney General Josh Stein in his campaign for governor of North Carolina. 

“Josh Stein is a proven champion for pro-public-school policies and has the best interests of our students, public school communities and staff at heart,” said NCAE President Tamika Walker Kelly. “We know AG Stein will continue to serve as a strong advocate for public education and bring North Carolina back to a position of leadership and respect in public education, centering the issues that matter most to our public school communities at the center of his campaign. Our members and community allies look forward to working closely with the next governor of North Carolina.” 

The endorsement was announced before Attorney General Stein addressed NCAE’s 53rd Annual Convention and Representative Assembly, held in Greensboro on April 1-2.


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