Shane Parmely
for State Assembly

Shane Parmely
for State Assembly

With California figuring out how to reopen schools safely, NOW is the time to elect a classroom teacher to the legislature so we can come up with the best plan possible. I’m running in the Special Election for State Assembly District 79 to continue my advocacy for our students, their families, and our communities by writing and supporting legislation that supports housing, food, and health/dental care as basic human rights, criminal justice reform, environmental justice, living wages, LGBTQ+ fam, immigrants and asylum seekers, and OF COURSE fully funded TRULY public education from preschool through college.

— Shane Suzanne Parmely

With California figuring out how to reopen schools safely, NOW is the time to elect a classroom teacher to the legislature so we can come up with the best plan possible. I’m running in the Special Election for State Assembly District 79 to continue my advocacy for our students, their families, and our communities by writing and supporting legislation that supports housing, food, and health/dental care as basic human rights, criminal justice reform, environmental justice, living wages, LGBTQ+ fam, immigrants and asylum seekers, and OF COURSE fully funded TRULY public education from preschool through college.

— Shane Suzanne Parmely

Community Organizer

When El Cajon enacted a discriminatory law in 2017 that targeted the city's most vulnerable, Shane helped organize community members to stand up against this government overreach.

National Leader

In 2020, Shane was elected to be the National Education Association Director for San Diego, advocating for our children and high-quality public education at the national level.

Award-winning Humanitarian

Shane's tireless work to support vulnerable immigrant families has earned her recognition from the California Teachers Association.

Advocate for Accountability in Public Education

As a parent, teacher, and organizer, Shane refuses to accept a system of unfunded mandates and bureaucratic excuses.

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