Barbara Boxer Asked Teachers To Recruit Student Volunteers

Friday, October 29, 2010

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association issued a complaint to the L.A. school district and board of education regarding an attempt by Democrat Barbaras Boxers to recruit volunteers in public schools through liberal teachers.

Will Jerry Brown investigate? Sure....

California Education Code section 51520 prohibits Boxer's actions: "During school hours, and within one hour before the time of opening and within one hour after the time of closing of school, pupils of the public school shall not be solicited on school premises by teachers or others to subscribe or contribute to the funds of, to become members of, or to work for, any organization not directly under the control of the school authorities, unless the organization is a nonpartisan..."

Sfgate reported on the illegal fliers passed around at public schools urging teachers to recruit young students for Barbara Boxer.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, it's common knowledge that Democrats have been using the public school system in California to recruit people for their causes for decades now. One of my teachers is actually requiring me to go to a university-sponsored "forum" in which they will complain about Arizona's "racist new immigration law," as well as those bigoted conservatives that support enforcing federal law. I really wish there was something I could do...

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, I wonder if AG Jerry Brown will look into this. I think not!

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