More than a dozen Connecticut cities and towns this year have two-sided ballots—with key races on the backside. Remember—it’s not just the top of the ticket that matters. Flip the ballot and vote for pro-education candidates in every race. See who your pro-education candidates are at CEA’s Report Card.
Check out 4 reasons to get to the polls early today, and why you”ll be glad you did. Not registered? Not to worry! You can register at your town hall on Election Day, before heading to the polls.
Use CEA’s “I voted 4 ed” Facebook filter today to share with your colleagues, family, and friends that you’ve voted and that education is a priority for you at the ballot box.
CEA Vice President Tom Nicholas and President Jeff Leake have already voted, have you? Watch their Election Day video message to find out why all teachers should make it a priority to participate in today’s election. Polls are open until 8 p.m.!
It’s the last weekend before Election Day and the final push is on to help elect candidates who will support us as educators, listen to our needs, and work on behalf of our students and public education. Watch the short message from CEA leaders about the importance of this election.
Polls are open on Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 6am to 8pm. Find your polling place.
Help elect candidates who support our students, our profession, and public education. Before you vote on Nov. 6, get the facts on where the candidates stand on education issues at cea.org/reportcard.
Ned Lamont, Jahana Hayes, and Chris Murphy get support from former Vice President Joe Biden. Hear what he has to say about pro-education candidates.
Don’t miss the final gubernatorial debate tonight, October 30, at Foxwoods Resort Casino. The debate airs live on WTNH at 7pm. Join CEA for a debate-watch party at Foxwoods at 6:30pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.