Friday, July 30, 2010

Another mega-union joins effort to defeat Whitman

The California Teachers Association says it will join other California unions working to defeat Meg Whitman.

California Working Families for Jerry Brown, the independent expenditure group working to help the Democratic State Attorney General's 2010 gubernatorial campaign, just got a powerhouse ally -- the 325,000-member California Teachers Association.

CTA President David Sanchez, in announcing the move, called Brown "the education candidate for governor."

"He gets that California's future depends on a world-class, quality public school system,'' Sanchez said in a statement today. "We believe Jerry Brown can lead this state of of this fiscal crisis, and bring collaboration back to Sacramento."
If you think public employee salaries and pensions are busting our budget now, just wait til the unions control the government.

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