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MTEA Voter Resources

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Endorsed Candidates for April 4, 2023

MTEA-endorsed candidates are listed below:

Wisconsin Supreme Court – Janet Protasiewicz
Citywide School Board – Missy Zombor
School Board District 1 – Marva Herndon
School Board District 2 – Erika Siemsen
School Board District 3 – Gabi Hart
School Board District 8 – Megan O’Halloran
Common Council Seat 1 – Andrea Pratt
Common Council Seat 9 – Odell Ball and Larresa Taylor

Voting and Civic Engagement

“Why does the union get involved in politics?”

Individuals elected to public office — School Board members, the Mayor, state Legislators, the Governor, the U.S. congress, and the President of the United States have a profound impact on our great public schools.

They determine the amount of funding schools get, which impacts the quality of teachers, the extracurricular activities, and the academic and community programs that school districts can offer to students, families, staff, and citizens.

Public schools are a “public good,” which means that investing in great schools benefits everyone. We have a responsibility to ourselves and the generations that come after us to be informed about what’s going on in our great schools, and take action on that knowledge.

How do we fulfill our responsibility?

  • Learn about candidates for elected office. What are their views on education? What policies and/or laws would they endorse?
  • VOTE! Many elections are won or lost by just a few votes. If you’re not registered or are not sure about the voting process, use the links at right to learn more.
  • Stay in touch. Electing candidates to public office doesn’t mean they will keep their promises. Hold them accountable. Tell them when they do something you don’t like, and thank them when they do keep one of their campaign promises.

During election seasons, we will provide voter guides and more extensive information that will help you determine the best candidates for office.

The basics. . .

Tools from the City of Milwaukee Election Commission.

Where Do I Vote?
Enter your address to find out where to cast your ballot.

How do I Vote by Absentee Ballot?
Don’t have the time to get to the polls? Find out how you can vote from the comfort of your own home!

How do I Register to Vote?
You can register on election day. This information will tell you what you need to bring.

Who are My Representatives?
This tool will show you who your elected representatives are, and how you can contact them to share your thoughts and opinions on our great schools!

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Some of the content on this page is intended as a 11.0101(10)(b)(1) communication from MTEA to its members and staff. By continuing to view this page, you acknowledge that you are an MTEA member or staff member.