Unfortunately, our endorsed candidates, Adriana Kuhn and Sam Young, were not successful in winning the open school board seats this year. We are proud of the campaign they ran, and their positive message about the need to continue removing left-wing politics from our schools and increasing academic focus on the subjects that students need to succeed. We are also proud of the increase in dedicated volunteers that we saw. We were up against the combined influence of three leftist PACs with a whole lot of out-of-district funding, and we want to say a huge “Thank You” to everyone who gave so much of their time and treasure this year.  In our marathon quest to restore the greatness of our school district, setbacks are inevitable, and this is only the beginning.

We offer congratulations to Steven Blair and Carolie Owens on their election, and look forward to engaging with them about issues in the district. Even though our candidates were unsuccessful, it’s interesting to note that the other side’s slogans were essentially a rewording of our own message from the past two years. In most of their campaigning, the other side sounded just like conservatives.

Considering that the leftist PACs and candidates over the previous two years focused on issues like diversity, equity, inclusion, and transgender affirmation, their abandoning of those talking points shows that they recognize that parents and taxpayers do not want that ideology in schools. Despite the disappointing election results, the discussion in the district is much different today than it was just two years ago. We will be watching the new board members carefully and holding them accountable for their campaign promises.

Keep an eye on your email for more information about our plans going forward. We will need all hands on deck as we get ready for next year.

Thank you for your courage and support!

Here’s how you can help in our mission to improve our schools:

  • Consider making a donation to help us elect great school board members.
  • Contact us to find out more, or to let us know your concerns about our schools.
  • Please attend a school board meeting to voice your concerns and support good governance of our schools –
    See here for schedule and more information.