Contribute Now to Re-elect Rachel Norton for Board of Education!

San Francisco's public schools face complex issues today. As a Board Member, I've demonstrated a deep understanding of our financial and academic challenges, and taken an inclusive, pragmatic approach to solving them.

I'm excited to represent San Francisco parents, students and teachers for another four years -- but to do that, I'll need your help! Running for school board is a grueling, expensive task -- in 2008 I raised $50,000 for my campaign, and in 2012 I have set a similar goal.

Please, give as generously as you can to support my re-election campaign. Contributors can give up to $500 in any election cycle -- if you can't spare that much at once, consider a recurring donation over several months to maximize your support.

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