You've read the news--how in very 'blue' Virginia, Republican Glenn Youngkin won the governor's race, and Winsome Sears and Jason Miyares will be be the next lieutenant governor and attorney general.
This is a great victory for conservatives, and a model to follow across the country. What was the secret? In part, families and suburban moms. Youngkin traveled the state talking about how schools are teaching kids to be racists with curriculum like 'critical race theory,' forcing them to hate their race and gender, and even having pornography in school libraries, and all the ways schools are pushing socialist ideology on our children.
Youngkin's opponent, radical Democrat McAuliffe, admitted what more careful leftists don't dare: "I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach." It's all about parental rights and school choice.
A Harvard poll shows Americans don't want their kids taught hatred: “On schooling and education, another sleeper issue, 61% do not believe students should be taught that America is structurally racist and is dominated by white supremacy.”
The lesson is that citizens should demand that candidates pledge to remove all anti-American and hateful curriculum from local and statewide schools.