More information on Stand for Children’s bankrolling of the IPS board election – this time from Steve Hinnefeld.
Stand for Children is at it again. The Oregon-based education advocacy group is spending big money to determine who gets elected to the Indianapolis Public Schools board.
That in itself could be cause for concern. But what’s really troubling is that the amount Stand for Children is spending and the source of its money are being kept secret.
If you or I give more than $200 to a candidate for school board or any other public office, the contribution is made public. And candidates have to report how they spend campaign money. But Stand for Children is carrying out a so-called independent campaign in support of the slate of IPS candidates endorsed by its Indianapolis branch. So under the law, it doesn’t have to tell us anything.
It is sending glossy mailers to residences in the IPS district, an expensive undertaking that you might expect in a race for…
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