Candidates Campaigning Against Critical Race Theory are Winning School Board Campaigns

On November 2, 2021, the 1776 Project PAC scored wins in 75% of the 58 Races it participated in across seven states that night.

The 1776 Project PAC is a political organization dedicated to fighting the propagation of Critical Race Theory aka anti-white hate. It does so by endorsing candidates running for schools boards who will rally against CRT and other forms of leftist indoctrination.

The recent victories picked up by the 1776 Project PAC demonstrate the potential for rallying against anti white propaganda.

The 1776 Project PAC’s founder Ryan Gyrdusky told Axios  “My PAC is campaigning on behalf of everyday moms and dads who want to have better access to their children’s education.”

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13 Pennsylvania school board candidates received endorsements from the 1776 Project PAC, in addition to 11 in Colorado, 9 in Kansas, 4 in New Jersey, 3 in Virginia, 2 in Ohio, and 2 in Minnesota.

As Axios noted, several of the 1776 Project PAC’s endorsed candidates “won in solid blue counties: Montgomery County, Pennsylvania; Passaic County, New Jersey; and Johnson County, Kansas.”

Although critical race theory is largely perceived as being taught in university settings, many of its foundation principles are taught at lower levels of the education system.

The 1776 Project PAC is doing great work. Local level politics is where the Left asserts its power and builds up its political machine. 

Serious right-wing movements should be focused on building up solid “farm teams”, if you will, of talented political operatives who slowly establish power bases at the local level and deprive the Left of potential areas to infiltrate.

The moral of the story here is that if the Right can’t win at the federal or state level, there are plenty of local level races where they can flex their muscles and establish a support base.

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