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Say ‘No’ to Henry, Protect Schools

In 2022, Glendale voters resoundingly said “no” to far-right extremist Jordan Henry’s bid for City Council.
Now, Henry — who has attacked our award-winning public schools for nearly three years — is seeking the Area A seat on the Glendale Unified School Board in the March 5 election.
Henry tries to portray himself as just another well-meaning dad, but in his own videos, Henry has said “the real enemy is the schools.”
He has distinguished himself by playing a leading role in the vitriolic anti-LGBTQ rallies of recent months. At School Board meetings, Henry has launched vicious verbal attacks against public servants, including those who would be his Board colleagues if he were to win.
Henry plays the bespectacled, mild-mannered citizen who’s bemused by his adversaries’ hatred of him — but don’t be fooled. In the age of social media and far-right propaganda machines, he pretends to be a legitimate political player. Let’s not make that mistake here in Glendale with a man who would do so much harm to our kids as a member of the school board.
Telly Tse is the most qualified candidate in this race. A lifelong educator, he has taught high school special education for the past 20 years. Tse will be a tireless advocate for students, teachers, and parents.
In the last election, nearly 60% of voters sat out the School Board race. You have all the information you need, and the ballot is in your hands. Please participate and protect our public schools.

Charles Davidson
La Crescenta-Montrose

First published in the February 16 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.

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