John Chiang should be elected governor of California in 2018. The other candidates are the property of out of state billionaires.
California is holding a gubernatorial election this year. Three candidates lead the field. Antonio Villaraigosa, former mayor of Los Angeles and a strong supporter of privatizing public schools; Gavin Newsom, former mayor of San Francisco and noncommittal on privatization; and John Chiang, State Treasurer and advocate of charter accountability, is a strong supporter of public schools.
If no candidate wins a majority, the two top candidates will face one another in a runoff.
The Network for Public Education Action Fund enthusiastically endorses John Chiang for Governor.
When John Chiang responded to our survey, he emphasized his support for good public schools for all students.
When we asked John what he would do if elected, he said the following:
“I plan to restore academic success by increasing per-pupil funding, reducing class sizes, and moving towards providing free tuition for two years of community college. We also need to address underlying factors…
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