The Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor says he’s trying to get more choices for Virginia parents and less authority for education bureaucrats. E. W. Jackson (pictured) discussed his school choice proposals with host Rob Schilling on Monday’s “Schilling Show.”
Jackson says many liberals oppose his approach. His opponent in the November 5th election is State Senator Ralph Northam (D-Norfolk). Northam recently told the Washington Post that Jackson’s support for school choice is part of a dangerous agenda.