Ken Brown, El Camino College District, Trustee

ken brownAs the publisher of the LA Progressive, I rarely use this platform to endorse a candidate. Having said that, this is one of the rare times that I want  to press upon my friends in Los Angeles to vote for Ken Brown  — Board of Trustees seat for El Camino Community College Board.

I’ve known Ken for many years. His commitment  to providing quality education to young, primarily disadvantaged youth, is unyielding. Ken was appointed to serve on the college board in December 2010 to fill the vacated seat of long-time El Camino Board of Trustee Member Dr. Nathaniel Jackson who fell ill. Ken is now running as the incumbent.

He is committed to:

  • Maintaining El Camino’s Academic and Vocational Excellence
  • Increasing student completion and success as students prepare for transfer or a career
  • Protecting taxpayer dollars with transparency and oversight
  • Help faculty and staff continue to foster a positive campus learning environment for all students

Election day is Tuesday, November 8th. You can check this link to see your ballot — just fill in your address and zip code in the fields on the right.

Ken Brown

Please “like” Ken on Facebook or follow him on Twitter

The Campaign’s Facebook group is www.facebook.com/KenBrownECC,  Twitter (@KenBrown_ECC), or by visit his campaign website: www.KenBrownECC.com.

Ken@KenBrownECC.com
www.KenBrownECC.com
213.293.KENB

sharon kyleP.S. Please help to get the word out by forwarding this message to those who might be interested. Thanks!

P.P.S. Remember, the election is next week Tuesday, November 8th.

Sharon Kyle

Publisher

Published by the LA Progressive on November 4, 2011
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About Sharon Kyle

Sharon Kyle, J.D. is the Publisher of the LA Progressive which she co-founded with her husband Dick Price. Ms. Kyle is an adjunct professor of law at Peoples College in Los Angeles. She sits on the board of the ACLU Pasadena/Foothills Chapter and is on the editorial board of the BlackCommentator.com. Photo courtesy Wadeva Images. www.wadevaimages.com