“We’re running this political campaign, the first one in our 83-year history, while honoring the organization’s nonpartisan mission”
“Our print ads complement our broadcast campaign ads by continuing to tell the story of teachers who never give up on the importance of education for their students, even after they’ve retired,” CalRTA President Joe Dion said. “With all the negative campaign ads bombarding voters in the next three weeks, we think our efforts stand out because they are genuine, speak to the issue and are positive messages about the importance of Prop 30.”
The print ad will appear in the Los Angeles Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Sacramento Bee, the Orange County Register, and The Fresno Bee.
“We’re running this political campaign, the first one in our 83-year history, while honoring the organization’s nonpartisan mission,” Dion said. “And our ads reflect the reality of our members’ lifetime commitment to the success of public education and students in California.”
The California Retired Teachers Association is the state’s foremost organization completely dedicated to the concerns of retired educators. CalRTA began in 1929 as the country struggled through the Great Depression. Today, CalRTA is the state’s leading organization of retired educators representing nearly 50,000 retirees. More information online at www.calrta.org and via Facebook.
Paid for by the California Retired Teachers Association Committee, a committee for Proposition 30, sponsored by the California Retired Teachers Association.