Fontenot shows leadership on education, veterans’ issues
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We, the citizens of N.C. House District 24, should support Kenneth Fontenot in our Republican primary election.
Ken has a real place in his heart for educating our children, understanding the needs for learning and knowing that not every child learns the same. He continues to push himself in understanding how people think and how he can use that in educating others and in turn, improving our education system.
He is the kind of person who truly cares for people and their well-being. Ken is always a resource and aware of things to help constituents in the community. He genuinely wants the people around him to live a better life and have a better quality of life. He is a wealth of information when it comes to helping veterans as one himself. Being able to call on Ken as a fellow Marine has been a great experience as a veteran in this community.
As a former teacher, Ken knows how the school system works and understands what he can really do to implement change. His plan to drive change in low-income communities in the form of childhood education will have a significant and positive impact on our children’s future. He has the background that is truly needed to support the members of this community.
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