CONCORD, NH – AUGUST 29, 2022- Today, NEA-New Hampshire, the state’s largest association of public school educators, announced their support for Cinde Warmington in the Executive Council District 2 primary.
During her time on the Executive Council, Cinde Warmington has listened to and respected educators. “We need Cinde on the Executive Council to continue the fight to protect and increase funding for public schools and make sure our students have the tools they need to succeed,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President. “Cinde has been the only Executive Councilor over the past 2 years willing to hold Frank Edelblut accountable, fight back against proposed contracts that seek to privatize our public schools, and stand up against the appointments to the State Board of Education that seek to dismantle public education.”
“I am honored to receive the support of NEA New Hampshire and educators all across the state in my reelection to District 2,” said Executive Councilor Cinde Warmington. “Public education is the foundation of our democracy. I will continue to work everyday to make sure future generations of Granite Staters have access to high quality education.”
Over the final stretch of the campaign, NEA-NH will be working to communicate to our members and the voters of District 2 about the recommendation made today.
About NEA-New Hampshire
NEA-New Hampshire is the largest union of public employees in the state. Founded in 1854, the New Hampshire State Teachers Association became one of the “founding ten” state education associations that formed the National Education Association in 1857. Known today as NEA-NH, and comprised of more than 17,000 members, our mission to advocate for the children of New Hampshire and public-school employees, and to promote lifelong learning, remains true after more than 165 years. Our members are public school employees in all stages of their careers, including classroom teachers and other certified professionals, staff and instructors at public higher education institutions, students preparing for a teaching career, education support personnel and those retired from the profession.