Marcus Singleton Receives Endorsement From North Carolina Association of Educators
Concord, NC - Marcus Singleton, candidate for NC Senate District 36, welcomed the endorsement of the North Carolina Association of Educators.
“Too often our educators are underappreciated, underpaid, and now they’re on the frontlines of the coronavirus. We must make the safety and financial well-being of our selfless educators a top priority,” said Singleton. “I will stand strong for public schools because students deserve a quality education and I will fight for the competitive salaries that educators deserve.”
“A resident of Concord, NC, the issues that are important to Singleton are improving the lives of North Carolina families, better representation in Raleigh, affordable healthcare, quality jobs and a higher standard of living, a cleaner environment, better infrastructure, and responsible budgeting,” said the North Carolina Association of Educators.
Marcus Singleton joins Aimy Steele (NC House District 82) and Gail Young (NC House District 83) as candidates endorsed this week by the North Carolina Association of Educators.
“These are three outstanding candidates who have a great relationship with educators and care about public education in North Carolina,” said Michelle Rengert, president of the North Carolina Association of Educators. “They know investing in our students and in our schools will bring about better economic prosperity for our state and level the playing field when it comes to better opportunities for all citizens.”
About the North Carolina Association of Educators:
The North Carolina Association of Educators is the voice of educators in North Carolina that unites, organizes and empowers members to be advocates for education professionals, public education, and children. In past legislative sessions, the NCAE has been instrumental in preserving educator salaries and longevity pay, protecting advanced degree pay and maintaining the state’s contribution to employee retirement.