Nonpartisan Elections Guide for School Leaders

On June 5th, voters will have the opportunity to choose from several candidates running for office who will make decisions that directly impact the state’s education environment, including Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI). 

This Nonpartisan Elections Toolkit includes resources to help you and your school communities participate in this year’s elections. By getting involved in the elections, you can help increase voter turnout and help ensure we elect pro-charter school candidates who put kids first!

Charter school families and supporters consistently turn out to vote at higher levels than the general electorate, making it especially important that we mobilize them around charter school policy issues.