Fisher endorsed by business, labor and community organizations

Fisher supports Educational Reform
Toledo, Ohio – “It really speaks volumes when you have such a diverse group of people and organizations supporting your campaign,” said Darlene Fisher. “Our children deserve leadership that puts their interest first. Keeping the lines of communication open, listening to our community regarding important issues, confronting obstacles that hamper learning and moving forward with action have been my guiding principles. I believe that is why so many from such diverse backgrounds are supporting our school board campaign,” she said.

Fisher has the support of Teamsters Local 20, Toledo Area Regional Chamber of Commerce Leadership Fund, Toledo Free Press, Toledo Journal, Urban Coalition, Building Trades Council: Heat & Frost Insulators Local 45, Boilermakers Local 85, Bricklayers & Tile Setters Local 3, Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen Local 46, Cement Masons & Plasterers Local 886, Ironworkers Local 55, Electricians – IBEW Local 8, Elevator Constructors Local 44, Laborers Local 500, Laborers Local 480, Glaziers Local 948, Painters Local 7, Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 50, Sprinkler Fitters Local 669,
Roofers Local 134, and Sheet Metal Workers Local 33.

The “Working for our Community” campaign began April 14, 2009 to re-elect Darlene Fisher. Fisher is the only incumbent board member on the ballot that has been elected, not appointed. She has completed her term as promised in 2005 and held true to her promise to put students and our community first while striving to promote accountability, fiscal responsibility and community engagement.

Fisher is the only agent of change and independent voice on the Toledo Board of Education. She ran as a change agent in 2005 and concedes the work of education reform is a continuing challenge but one that must be met with continued urgency, as well as consistent and persistent leadership.

Fisher asks the community to vote for Education Reform on November 3rd.
Visit us on the web at for more information on the “Working for our Community” school board campaign.

No votes yet


so many UNION endorsements. Thrilling!!!!! same old same old. Union owned, union controlled. END OF STORY!

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.