Los Angeles – Senators Ben Allen, Henry Stern, and Steven Bradford, along with Assemblymembers Marc Levine and Tim Grayson, today announced their support for Marshall Tuck, in his campaign for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
These lawmakers expressed their deep commitment to public education, and the importance of this election to the future of California’s public schools. Together, they released the following statement:
“Marshall’s record leading public schools is exactly what we need in the next State Superintendent. His work has helped to create opportunity for children in some of our state’s most vulnerable communities, and we need to make that a reality statewide. We look forward to partnering with Marshall for many years to come, to develop policies that truly prioritize California’s kids.”
Of their support, Tuck said:
“I am grateful to have the support of so many leaders in our state legislature and I look forward to working with them for a long time to give every child in California access to a quality public school. We have a lot of work to do, but our kids are counting on us to come together to develop and implement policies that prioritize their futures. Together, I know we can put California’s public schools on a path to being among the very best in the country.”
These five Democratic legislators join other members of the state legislature who have endorsed Tuck, including: Assemblymembers Dr. Shirley Weber, Blanca Rubio, Marc Berman and Kevin Kiley, as well as Senators Scott Wiener, Steve Glazer, and Bill Dodd. Countless other former members and other elected leaders throughout the state have also endorsed Tuck. A list can be found here: www.MarshallTuck.com/supporters