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Maine People for Improved School Education

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The Maine People for Improved School Education is a political action committee that opposes the Maine School District Consolidation Repeal, Question 3 (2009). The 2009 measure will appear on the November 2009 ballot as Question 3.

Vote NO on 3 committee

The committee is composed of:

  • Emily Ann Cain, State Representative, District 19
  • Elinor Goldberg, Maine Children’s Alliance
  • Jim Hodgkin, Superintendent RSU 4 (Litchfield, Sabbatus, Wales)
  • Mike Lafortune, Superintendent RSU 23 (Dayton, Old Orchard Beach, Saco)
  • Marybeth Latti, Brunswick School Board, District 2; Teacher, SAD 75 (Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell and Topsham)
  • Jim Morse, Superintendent Portland Public Schools; former Superintendent for RSU 18 (Belgrade, China, Oakland, Sydney, Rome)
  • Colleen Quint, Chair, Regional School Consolidation Committee, RSU 16 (Minot, Mechanic Falls, Poland)
  • Jack Rosser, Maine Children’s Alliance
  • William Shuttleworth, Superintendent RSU 1 (Arrowsic, Bath, West Bath, Phippsburg, Woolwich)
  • Meredith Strang Burgess, State Representative, District 108 (Chebeague Island, Cumberland, Long Island, North Yarmouth)
  • Dr. Tom Ward, Superintendent RSU 10 (Buckfield, Byron, Canton, Carthage, Dixfield, Hanover, Hartford, Mexico, Peru, Roxbury, Rumford, Sumner)
  • David Walker, Superintendent RSU 34 (Alton, Bradley, Old Town)
  • Gary Curtis, Board Member RSU 23 (Dayton, Old Orchard Beach, Saco)

Contact

Maine People for Improved School Education
P.O. Box 37
Augusta, ME, 04332
E-mail: info@coststoomuch.com

See also

External links


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