Alliance PAC Endorses Hutchinson

Alliance PAC Endorses Hutchinson

The Alliance Political Action Committee has endorsed Toi Hutchinson for State Senator in the 40th District. As the political arm of the Illinois Statewide School Management Alliancem, the Alliance PAC provides the opportunity for individuals interested in education to endorse and contribute to candidates for state offices. The Allicance PAC is the combined effort of school boards, superintendents, principals and business officials.

"Toi Hutchinson is a strong supporter of public school leaders," said Ron Conner, Chairman of the Alliance PAC. "The Alliance PAC feels that Toi is the best candidate in this race to work hard for public schools and suport the efforts of principals, school board members, superintendents and administrators, and school business officials."

According to Dr. Kathryn Robbins, Superintendent of Leyden High School District in Franklin Park, IL and Alliance Pac Trustee, "The Allicate PAC supports Toi Hutchinson's campaign due to her stand against unfunded and underfunded mandates, local control, and flexibility for public school leaders- all things that allow school leaders to be good stewards of local property tax dollars."

"Toi Hutchinson has shown commitment to the issues that allow us to best manage our schools," said Michael Kelly, Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202. "We look forward to working with her in the future and thank her for her past support."  

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