Universal Higher Education

That enrollment in Higher Education, including Community College, State Colleges and Universities, and publically-funded Trade Schools should be be free to all citizens.


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    I strongly support the Opportunity for Olympia initiative, which will provide at least one year free community college tuition – or that equivalent amount toward public, in-state university tuition – for all high school graduates and GED recipients in Olympia, through a 1.5% tax on household income in excess of $200,000.

    Colin Bartlett

    Precinct Committee Officer,
    Olympia, Washington

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    With available funding by State and Federal (with no strings attached!)funding we should have affordable higher education and or FREE publicly funded higher education if not for all, but for the students in the higher success brackets.

    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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    Maurice Tunstall Jr.

    Commissioner,
    White Salmon, Washington

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    I'm seeking election to the Seattle School Board, District 4 in the General Election as an education reform advocate and candidate. I am a wholly non-partisan non-corporate independent candidate without affiliation or involvement with any political party, special interest group, or other organization. I have 35 years of international experience in 11 countries as a school principal and educator.

    Herbert J. Camet Jr.

    School Director,
    Seattle, Washington

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    Helen Alli

    U.S. Representative,
    Midlothian, Virginia

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    Nothing is free. All attempts to make something free require theft from the persons really paying for it and devalue the goods or services for the persons receiving them.

    "DC" Daniel Caldwell

    County Commissoner,
    Fort Worth, Texas

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