The Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) is endorsing Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro.
“From his time in the Pennsylvania House through his tenure as Montgomery County Commissioner, Josh has always stood with public school employees and worked to strengthen our schools,” said PSEA President Jerry Oleksiak. “He is the best candidate to make our communities safe by investing in public education. Josh will be the people’s attorney, and stand up for the rights of all Pennsylvanians.”
“As the son of a former school teacher, I’m especially proud to be endorsed by PSEA. They have stood with me in in all of my previous campaigns and I know how much having the support of our public school teachers and staff means,” said Shapiro. “Every student in Pennsylvania has a constitutional right to a “thorough and efficient” education. As Attorney General, I will use all of the powers of my office to defend that right and ensure our schools have the funding they need to do the job for Pennsylvania’s students.”
The PSEA contains 180,000 throughout nearly all of Pennsylvania’s school districts.