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Published on Oct 14, 2012

From day one the Vote No campaign has tried to portray itself as an Idaho grassroots effort. We now know that the Vote No campaign is nothing more than a well-funded effort by the national teachers union to take control of Idaho's schools. Idahoans deserve to know the truth.

In light of campaign financial reports filed by the Vote No on Props 1, 2, and 3 campaign last week, the Yes for Idaho Education campaign has released this television ad.

The financial reports released by the Secretary of State reveal who is really behind the effort to roll back education reform in Idaho.

Official documents submitted to the Secretary of State's office show that the Vote No campaign raised approximately $1.1 million in cash, and that all but approximately $45,000 of that cash came from the national teachers union- the National Education Association (NEA)- located in Washington DC. The NEA has already spent over $1 million in Idaho, and they appear to be ready to spend whatever it takes to win this campaign.

From day one the Vote No campaign has tried to portray itself as an Idaho grassroots effort. We now know that the Vote No campaign is nothing more than a well-funded effort by the national teachers union to take control of Idaho's schools. Idahoans deserve to know the truth.

The national teachers union knows that Idahoans who support education reform are no match for the hundreds of millions of dollars that the union collects each year in dues.

It's important for Idahoans to know that the same union that is spending millions of dollars to re-elect Obama and defeat Mitt Romney are spending millions of dollars in Idaho to defeat education reform laws passed by Idaho's legislature and Idaho Governor Otter.

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