July 12th, 2018 is a Big Day For North Carolina Public Education

From NC Policy Watch on June 28th:

Jen Mangrum, a college professor and former elementary school teacher, says she has a July 12 appeal date in her bid to challenge Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger this fall.

Mangrum, a Democrat, is seeking to remain a candidate in Senate District 30. The seat’s currently held by Berger, a nine-term lawyer and Republican from Rockingham County who’s one of the most powerful state lawmakers in North Carolina.

Mangrum said her attorney received confirmation Thursday on the July 12 hearing before the State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement. (https://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2018/06/28/jen-mangrum-challenger-to-sen-phil-berger-gets-july-12-appeal-before-state-elections-board/).

A victory here for Jen Mangrum would be a victory for the democratic process and a victory for public education.

And a civics lesson for Phil Berger.

10AM at the State Board of Elections.

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One thought on “July 12th, 2018 is a Big Day For North Carolina Public Education

  1. He needs competition to keep him honest. Hope election board sticks to facts, stays non-partisan, and is bound to law, not bullying by Berger


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