SD Parent and Teacher Slam Carly Fiorina for
Rewarding Companies that Ship Jobs Overseas
Rather than CA Students


California Young Democrats Press Release
August 18, 2010

Contacts: Claire Conlon, Executive Director, 916/595-3090,
cconlon@youngdems.org or

Mike Kim, Communications Director, 510/409-1134, MKim@youngdems.org

San Diego Parent and Teacher Slam Carly Fiorina for Rewarding Companiesthat
Ship Jobs Overseas Rather than California Students
Fiorina calls "disgraceful" the new jobs bill that saveseducation jobs and ends tax
breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas

A San Diego area parent and teacher are slamming Carly Fiorina for opposing a
new jobs bill that will save over 900 education jobs in San Diego area public schools
and is fully paid forby closing a tax break for companies that ship jobs overseas.  
The bill will save 16,500 education jobs in California.

"Carly Fiorina may say the jobs bill is 'disgraceful' but the real disgrace is that she is
willing toprotect tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas rather than
protect teaching jobs in San Diego to help our students learn in the classroom,"
said SamWard, a parent of two students at Calavera Hills elementary school.

"Fiorina is hurting our children and students when she cares more about shipping
jobs overseas rather than protecting teaching jobs in San Diego schools.  But her
position is not surprising as she laid off nearly 33,000 workers and also boasted
about sending jobs overseas during her time atHewlett-Packard, calling it
'right-shoring,'" said Chula Vista area teacher Jennefer Porch.

On August 10, President Obama signed into law "The American Jobs and Closing
Tax Loopholes Act," a bill that gives urgent fiscal relief to enable 160,000 teachers
tokeep their jobs.  In California,16,500 educators will keep their jobs. According to
the Los Angeles Times, "the bill is fully paid for mainly by ending some tax breaks
for companies operating overseas."(August 11, 2010)

On August 6, Republican Senate candidate Carly Fiorina announced her opposition
to the bill.  According to the Associated Press, Fiorina called the bill "disgraceful."  
(August 6, 2010)

The National Education Association estimates that this law will save 945 educator
jobs in the SanDiego area, including 272 jobs in Congressional District 49 (Issa),
173 jobs in Congressional District 49 (Bilbray),167 jobs in Congressional District 52
(Hunter), and 333 jobs in Congressional District 53 (Davis).

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Additional Endorsements for
Russell Y. Coronado
Candidate for
Board Member; Chula Vista
Elementary School District; Seat 3



This information is provided by the
candidate
Kari Abulhosn, Parent

Rajy Abulhosn, Parent

Rey Balagtas, Parent

Marites Balagtas, Parent

Cosette Barnwell, Parent

Fabiola Barredez, Instructional
Assistant

Bradley Benton, Community Member

Cory Booth, Parent

Gina Booth, Teacher

Sue Brown, Parent

Rowena Cajigas, Parent

Sergio Campos, School Psychologist

Barbara Cowling, Principal

Brandi Denn, Teacher

Greg Denn, Community Member

Alex Doton, Parent

Edwin Federe, Parent

Marla Federe, Parent

Steve Fobes, Parent

Lisa Fobes, Parent/Teacher

Steve Gabby, Parent

Karen Gabby, Parent

Beth Gavrilovich, Parent

Chuck Gavrilovich, Parent

David Gehlken, Parent

Malan Hansen, Teacher

Fernando Llorente, Instructional
Assistant/University Student

Josie Malik, School Psychologist

Bettylou Martin, Grandparent

Lillian Martinez, Parent

Nancy Mautino, Parent

Jennefer Porch, Teacher

Linda Porch, Grandparent

Sid Porch, School Administrator

Arlin Reece, Parent

Andy Reyna, Community Member

Jim Shy, Community Member

Bruce Smith, Parent/College Teacher

Ana Stover, School District
Administrator

Annabelle Testerman, Parent

Ed Thornton, Grandparent

Carlene Thornton, Grandparent

Nancy Vaccarro, Speech-Language
Pathologist

Maria Elena Vergara, Parent

Maritess Watkins, Teacher

Nicolas Dominguez, Community
Member

Mike Esslinger, Teacher

Jennifer Lopez, Instructional
Assistant/Graduate Student

Ray Lozada, Teacher

Sharon Quinn, Teacher

Susie Robinson, School Administrator

Lisa Wofford, School Psychologist

Marieka Yoder, Parent
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Jennefer Porch.
Why is Jennefer Porch concealing
the names of the newly-elected
officers?  My guess: perhaps
Robin
Donlan is on the list.