Why you should care about the 2012 elections

This piece, written by LEV’s Director of Government Relations Frank Ordway, originally appeared in ParentMap on October 10th, 2012.

This time it really matters.

Cutting through the clatter of political campaigns can be difficult. For many, understandably, the noise and negativity are simply too much to digest. But for parents and kids, this election and the legislative session that follows really matter.

If you care about your kids, you should care about this election.

The people we elect this year will make momentous decisions that will impact every kid, from Pre–K through college. This why we, as parents, should pay close attention, vote, and follow how our new Washington legislature and governor handle the challenges that await them.

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