Recently the Maryland State Education Association’s Representative Assembly, which consists of hundreds of educators from across the state elected by their colleagues, voted to move forward with an endorsement recommendation to the National Education Association (NEA) of David Trone for U.S. Senate. Since this is a federal race, NEA must take further action, which has not happened yet, to officially make an endorsement.
“Maryland educators are excited to back David Trone, the son of a public educator, and appreciate his strong record of fighting to give our educators, students, and schools the tools and resources needed to thrive,” said MSEA President Cheryl Bost. “He has continually demonstrated his commitment to being an ally and champion for Maryland students, educators, and schools. David Trone is willing to roll up his sleeves and do the hard work to deliver for our educators, but most importantly, he’s ready and willing to hear our concerns and take action to help us at a moment’s notice.”
The NEA PAC Council will take official action on the recommendation later in November when they take up recommendations from across the country.