Vote with California Educators
Know that when you follow CTA recommendations on candidates and important initiatives, you are voting to support California students, schools and colleges.
For a complete list of CTA’s 2022 recommendations, click the button below.
“We have to get back down to basics. We have to start organizing at the neighborhood level to get people educated to vote.” ~ Dolores Huerta
Prop 1: Reproductive Freedom
Prop 28: Art & Music in Schools
Prop 31: Stop Big Tobacco Referendum
Prop 27: Online & Mobile Sports Betting
Prop 30: Stop the Lyft Tax Grab
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Re-Elect Tony Thurmond
for State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Share Your Story
Educators are voting for Tony Thurmond because he has a proven record of fighting for students and educators during the most difficult times, and he is focused on getting all students the support they need to thrive.
Share why you’re voting for Tony Thurmond at stories.cta.org/whytony.
"Teachers for Tony" Toolkit
Tony is partnering with parents and educators to expand learning opportunities for students, ensuring that students have access to the mental health supports they need, and addressing educator shortages by demanding that there are enough talented and dedicated staff in schools so that students have the support that they need to learn and thrive.
Tony has been a champion for California’s six million students, and made great accomplishments on their behalf as he tackled the digital divide during the pandemic. Tony’s just getting started and, along with parents, we’re ready to continue the partnership to ensure our students thrive. Accomplishments flier
Our Recommendation Process
CTA’s recommendation process involves interview teams of local educators from throughout the state, who interview candidates and evaluate them on a variety of criteria, including:
- Their positions on and vision for K-12, community college and higher education issues.
- Their historical support for public education, students and educators, in such areas as education funding, budget stability, safe schools and campuses for all students, collective bargaining, educator professional rights, charter school accountability, and equal access to higher education.
- Their viability for success in the office that they are seeking.
Teams then make their recommendations to the CTA Board for discussion before being brought to CTA State Council (CTA’s top policy-making body, with 800 delegates), which debates and makes final recommendations.