Vote for Kids

” I hear from more people about dog food than I do about child care.”
That was a statement made by one of our former governors to illustrate that child care advocates and parents need to speak up if they want to change child care.
What a sad statement. And I’m sure it’s true. Parents of young children have their hands full with work and family. Child care providers are exhausted and trying to hold their businesses together so have little time to contact legislators.
But here is your chance. Take a half hour next Tuesday and VOTE for kids. Vote for your kids, my kids, your neighbor’s kids. Your voice and vote are important.