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Defenders of Public Education Recommends Candidates for the City of Baker School Board

October 22, 2014

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Contact: Michael Deshotels Defenders of Public Education Phone 225-235-1632 mikedeshot@aol.com 22505 Fairway View Dr. Zachary, LA,  70791 Defenders of Public Education Press Release Defenders of Public Education Announce Their Support for City of Baker School Board Candidates Defenders of Public Education Finalize Their Selections for the November 4th City of Baker School Board Elections Baker, LA, […]

Defenders of Public Education Release Recommendations for East Baton Rouge School Board Races

October 22, 2014

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Defenders of Public Education Press Release Defenders of Public Education Announce Their Support for East Baton Rouge School Board Candidates Defenders of Public Education Finalize Their Selections for the November 4th East Baton Rouge Parish School Board Elections Baton Rouge, LA, October 21, 2014:  The Defenders of Public Education (DPE) have announced their candidate selections for the […]

Local School Board Races

October 1, 2014

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I just realized I’ve been neglecting what I have been telling others to do, get involved in local school board races. I’m not a walking sack of money, like Lane Grigsby, but I can do my part to make candidates that actually support public schools and democracy more visible to voters. (Grigsby wants candidates that […]

Romney, the Secret Democrat.

September 26, 2012

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Originally posted on mykeystrokes.com:
As often as not, parties nominate candidates for president that pretty much all their own partisans acknowledge are less than inspiring. Democrats were so excited about Barack Obama in 2008 partly because their previous two nominees, John Kerry and Al Gore, rode to the nomination on a stirring sentiment of…

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