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Contact: Robert Cole

714-978-9510 –

Santa Ana, CA

The Communications Workers of America (CWA), Local 9510, is pleased to announce that it has endorsed Bruce Bauer for Santa Ana Unified School Board.

CWA, Local 9510, represents, in part, the hard working substitute teachers in the Santa Ana Unified School District, so it is true that Bruce Bauer has been endorsed by numerous “Santa Ana Teachers.”

“Bruce Bauer is eminently qualified for this position and carries a wealth of experience and knowledge that will benefit the students of Santa Ana. The students and substitute teachers of Santa Ana Unified School District deserve Bruce Bauer’s experience and commitment to excellence in education.” Kenneth R. Williams, President, CWA Local 9510.

“I am proud and honored to have received the endorsement of CWA Local 9510. I am especially proud of this endorsement because CWA Local 9510 represents, in part, the hard working substitute teachers in the Santa Ana Unified School District. My sister was a substitute teacher in Los Angeles Unified School District and I know from her hard work and my own experiences that substitute teachers play an integral role for students in the classroom. These substitute teachers deserve our gratitude for their difficult work.”

“The endorsement of CWA Local 9510 comes on the heels of endorsements of my campaign by (1) SEIU, Local 721 (which includes the hard working individuals employed by the City of Santa Ana); (2) Senator Lou Correa; and (3) Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, and others, and provides momentum forward for my campaign. I am excited about the most recent endorsement by CWA, Local 9510 and appreciate their vote of confidence in me.”  Bruce Bauer, Candidate for Santa Ana Unified School District.

The General Election is November 8th and three seats will be up this year on the School Board.

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