Whatever they are doing in Florida, we could use some of that here. In Yesterday’s elections across the state, voters rejected the destructive leftwing ideology in public education and flipped 13 county schoolboards to conservative majorities.
School boards that @1776ProjectPac flipped seats and won several conservative majorities:
Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) August 24, 2022
So who, or what was the wind beneath these wings?
Many of the winning candidates have been endorsed by the 1776 Project PAC, an organization that has been instrumental in flipping school boards from liberal to conservative across the country.
“We saw massive election victories all throughout the state of Florida tonight,” 1776 Project PAC founder Ryan Girdusky told Breitbart News Tuesday. “It shows the desire of parents and residents across the country for some normalcy in our education system, and that means pushing against transgender ideology, critical race theory, critical gender ideology, and equity which destroys merit in education.”
“The 1776 Project PAC hopes to take these successes across the country,” he said.
It’s worth noting that there are 67 counties in the state of Florida, so while this is impressive, it’s only the beginning. It is also imperative that those who show up to flip school boards or board seats show up at meetings to ensure their newly elected board members represent their interests and support them when they do.
The left never sleeps, so neither can we.
Steve is a long-time New Hampshire resident, blogger, and a member of the Board of directors of The 603 Alliance. He is the Managing Editor and co-owner of GraniteGrok.com, a former board member of the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and a past contributor to the Franklin Center for Public Policy.
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