GURVICH: WANTED – Conservative Parents and Citizens to Run for School Board

Why complain about how your school system is run, when you or your like-minded friends can run the school system?

The Republican Party of Louisiana is opposed to school board members and candidates who support critical race theory, mask and vaccine mandates, and any leftist/progressive ideology which prevents or inhibits our students from learning the core subjects (reading, writing, and arithmetic) which will best serve our children in the future.

If you feel the same way but your current school board member apparently doesn’t, we would like to hear from you as soon as possible. Please email us at [email protected].

Qualifying for School Board in sixty two parishes (all parishes except Orleans and Lafayette) begins in just eight days. If your incumbent school board member is not a bona fide conservative or is stepping down from office, please consider throwing your hat in the ring, or let us know about someone who is.

We are looking for moms and grandmothers, dads and grandfathers — any interested conservative Republican citizens, to run in districts that are not already represented by a conservative. We are specifically focused on recruiting candidates who oppose vaccine and mask mandates and the Neo-marxist ideology known as Critical Race Theory.

Remember, our school board districts were recently redrawn. You’ll need to do some research to find out which school district you now live in, as well as the names and voting records of the incumbent school board member in your district.

It’s time to stop complaining and get to work — Republican activists must run for these school board offices if our children are to receive a proper education. Nearly every school board seat in Louisiana will be up for grabs on November 8th.

To obtain a list of precincts in your school board district or to find out whether a seat is open or has an unacceptable incumbent, contact the chair of your Republican parish executive committee, your local school board office, or your parish registrar of voters. To qualify to run, you must file your notice of candidacy at your local parish clerk of court’s office  before the close of business on July 22nd.

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