Save the Children Action Network Endorses Jeb Bradley in New Hampshire State Senate Race

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Washington, D.C. (October 11, 2016) – Save the Children Action Network (SCAN) today announced its endorsement of state Senate Majority Leader Jeb Bradley in his re-election for Senate District 3 in the Nov. 8 New Hampshire state Senate race.

“We are proud to endorse Jeb Bradley, who has supported innovative financing methods that would allow more New Hampshire children to attend high-quality early education programs,” said Mark Shriver, president of SCAN. “I encourage New Hampshire’s voters to support candidates like Jeb Bradley, who understand that high-quality early learning makes a significant positive impact on families, is a key component to any long-term strategy to fight the state’s heroin and opioid epidemic and improve the state’s economy.”

“It is ultimately the responsibility of parents to raise and instruct their children, but early education can assist families, particularly those facing tough times, so that children have an equal opportunity to succeed in life,” said Shriver. “New Hampshire is one of the only states east of the Mississippi River without state-funded preschool. The Granite State needs leaders in the statehouse who are committed to prioritizing expanding access to high-quality early childhood education if they are elected.”

SCAN also endorsed former state Sen. Peggy Gilmour (D-Senate District 12) in her race for the state Senate and Democrat Colin Van Ostern in the New Hampshire gubernatorial race.

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