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Walkout teachers now in a drive to win U.S. statehouse posts

NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia speaks at the #RedForEd Walkout, March and Rally news conference regarding teacher pay and school funding April 25, 2018, in Phoenix. Teachers have been making their mark in the U.S. midterm elections, running in what may be unprecedented numbers and empowered by the successful #RedForEd protests for higher teacher pay and increased school spending. Teacher candidates from both major parties are on ballots from school board to governor, though most are Democrats. (Ross D. Franklin/AP file)

NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia speaks at the #RedForEd Walkout, March and Rally news conference regarding teacher pay and school funding April 25, 2018, in Phoenix. Teachers have been making their mark in the U.S. midterm elections, running in what may be unprecedented numbers and empowered by the successful #RedForEd protests for higher teacher pay and increased school spending. Teacher candidates from both major parties are on ballots from school board to governor, though most are Democrats. (Ross D. Franklin/AP file)

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