Did you know April 21 is the last day you can register to vote in Pennsylvania’s May 20 primary election? As someone who cares deeply about our children’s future, this looming date should inspire you to ask everyone you know if they are registered. And if they aren’t, help them get registered.
Voter registration resources can be found at prekforpa.org/vote.
There is bipartisan consensus that high-quality pre-kindergarten is smart policy around the United States and here in Pennsylvania. Strong majorities of Pennsylvania’s Democrats, Republicans and independents favor ensuring every 3- and 4-year-old has access to high-quality pre-k, yet only 1 in 6 of Pennsylvania’s 3- and 4-year olds has access to a high-quality program.
So it’s up to you to give children a voice in Harrisburg. Make sure candidates for office know that you speak for kids - and that you vote.
Please help us spread the word by sharing this “Kids Can’t Vote” graphic on Facebook or Twitter. And if you haven’t already, please sign up as a supporter of the statewide “Pre-K for PA” campaign, which now has more than 2,500 supporting organizations and individuals.
Thanks for everything you do for Pennsylvania’s children.
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