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Are you voting in the 18th Congressional District Special Election on March 13, 2018?
March 13, 2018: Special Election: 18th Congressional District
April 16, 2018: Voter registration deadline for May 2018 primary
May 15, 2018: Primary Election
Nov. 6, 2018: General Election
Overwhelmed by all the political news? Just remember the numbers 102 and 26.
PSEA's 102/26 strategy is all about electing a pro-public education majority in Pennsylvania.
Political parties don't matter. All of the candidates PSEA recommends are pro-public education, and they're selected by PSEA members.
PSEA members proudly supported pro-public education candidates up and down the ballot during the Nov. 7 election.
90 percent of the successful candidates for state appeals court elections and retentions were recommended by PSEA-PACE.
Overall, 76 percent of the PSEA-PACE recommended candidates from both parties were successful in their races for county and state courts, county and municipal offices, and school boards.
PSEA President Dolores McCracken said the bipartisan results from the 2017 election reflect how PSEA approaches every election.
“Party doesn't matter,” McCracken said. “What matters is whether a candidate is pro-public education.”
A year from now, Pennsylvanians will head to the polls again to vote for a governor who will shape what public education looks like in Pennsylvania well into the next decade.
Stay tuned for updates in the coming months.
Percentage of PSEA-PACE recommended candidates succesful in the 2017 election
Percentage of successful state-level judicial candidates recommended by PSEA-PACE
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