Obama's deputy campaign manager tells Democrats "The one thing that we need to make sure that Republicans in 2022 don’t become is the party of parents." pic.twitter.com/THWFIc0AG3
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Following the results of elections in Virginia, Obama’s former deputy campaign manager suggested Democrats, not Republicans, must become the “party of parents.”
The issue of how much say parents should have in their children’s lives, particularly at school, was front and centre during the Virginia gubernatorial race, where both candidates attempted to prove that they knew what was best. Winner Glenn Youngkin backed parents’ right to be involved in their kids’ education, while the loser, Terry McAuliffe, was widely slammed for not sharing that view.
h/t ST. FLOYD OF FENTANYL