On April 2nd, many impacting elections will shape local Oklahoma communities, schools, and property tax rates.
Tulsans have a chance to turn a corner on the educational policy nonsense has offended the sensibilities of the Tulsa area. Superintendent Gist has systematically undermined common sense for years with her social policy and cultural revolution. Parents & grandparents can finally do something about it. For too long there has been an absence of common sense candidates willing to serve on the school board for Tulsa Public Schools. That changed this winter when Nicole Nixon, president of the PTA for her kids' elementary school; stepped up to the challenge.
Nicole is the only Republican in the race. She can win, tomorrow, if Republicans will simply show up and vote their values. She's a dedicated and educated mother who challenges nonsense with informed and grounded judgment. She engages a diverse electorate with respect. She simply wants quality outcomes & respect for families who depend on one of the state's most expensive public school districts.
We simply are not getting our money's worth from the TPS administration, and our kids are suffering for it. Our community is suffering for it.
If Republicans will simply show up, real change will happen. Let's see if Tulsa really wants change bad enough to act...
Nicole Nixon is the parent's voice for Tulsa Public Schools. Those living in the Cherry Street district, near downtown, or in West Tulsa, are able to start the change in public education policy.
David Van Risseghem is the Publisher of SoonerPolitics.org. The resource is committed to informing & mobilizing conservative Oklahomans for civic reform. This endeavor seeks to utilize the efforts of all cooperative facets of the Conservative movement...