Lovick supports education

I am writing in support of Rep. John Lovick in the 44th District. I live in the 44th and my children go to school here. Rep. Lovick’s stand on education is the reason for my support.

Rep. Lovick believes in providing a safe environment for our children to learn in. School safety is one of his priorities. Raising academic standards is also on his list of priorities. Sending our children on to post-secondary education or out into the workforce, with an adequate education is a basic need that we owe our children. Rep. Lovick supports increasing these standards of achievement.

Rep. Lovick knows that a major key to education is involvement of the parents and he strongly urges parents to continue to be involved in their children’s education. Schools can and should provide the foundation of a quality education. We as parents need to recognize the unique individual needs of our children and help them to succeed in the educational process.

I urge you to exercise your right to vote Nov. 7 and suggest that you consider casting a vote to retain John Lovick to represent us in the 44th Legislative District. He has my vote.


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