Advocacy

Vote Yes for Early Childhood Proposition

New Orleans voters are being asked to vote on a proposition that would dedicate funding to quality early care and education for infants and toddlers for the next 20 years.

Reasons to Vote YES:

– Quality early childhood education and care will help New Orleans kids be prepared for kindergarten, learn to read, and be successful in school and life.

– 71% of young children in New Orleans have all parents in the workforce, making reliable childcare critical to our economy. Offering more quality early childhood education will allow parents to work or go to school, which
has a positive impact on families and the local economy.

– Investment in early care and education is proven to reduce poverty, one of the root causes of crime. With better public safety outcomes and lower cost of social services, we can invest more in quality of life for all of us.

LEARN MORE AT
yesfornolakids.com
NCJW SAYS VOTE YES FOR NOLA KIDS THIS APRIL!
EARLY VOTING STARTS APRIL 16TH
ELECTION DAY APRIL 30TH 

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NCJW GNO is a partner in the Engaging New Voices and Voters (ENVV) non-Partisan Coalition, co-led by NCJW and League of Women Voters, dedicated to registering voters, informing voters about issues related to the elections, and getting out the vote (GOTV). Please visit the Engaging New Voices and Voters website for information about election dates, polling locations, how to get involved in our voter registration efforts, and more.

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