NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle sits down for a talk with gubernatorial candidate Senator Molly Kelly. They discuss issues important to Granite State educators including public school funding, paid family medical leave, school security, the opioid crisis, student food insecurity, teacher probationary periods, and retirement security.
“Molly Kelly has always been a champion for public school education, and we enthusiastically endorse her to be our next governor,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH president.
“It is an honor to earn the support of tens of thousands of public school teachers and educators,” said Kelly. “Public education is the core of our democracy.
Kelly is running for governor to build a New Hampshire that works for everyone. As a single mother raising three children, Kelly worked her way through Keene State College, managing the family dorms, waiting tables at a pizza place and delivering newspapers in rural New Hampshire so she could put food on the table. Kelly also worked her way through Franklin Pierce Law Center. Like so many, she did anything to provide for her family while making the most of opportunities to build a better life.