So much for open-mindedness, respect

Before

Editors, News & Observer: “Our endorsements: What’s at stake in Wake’s school election,” September 30, 2011

[Susan] Evans goes right to the heart of the decision that voters in these five school board districts will make. Her grasp of what’s at stake – together with her pledge to operate in an open-minded, respectful manner befitting a board that answers to all county residents, whatever their family situation or political leanings – marks her as an ideal replacement for an incumbent who has disappointed in so many ways.

After

Keung Hui, News & Observer: “Tempers flare at Wake student assignment hearing,” November 29, 2012

During one heated exchange after the hearing, Republican school board member Deborah Prickett started to ask the crowd whether they were satisfied with the controlled-choice plan that’s being phased out for next school year. Democratic school board member Susan Evans, however, yanked the microphone from Prickett’s hand, saying it was an inappropriate question.

One comment

  1. We won, suckas!

    Comment by Rick Henderson on November 29, 2012 at 10:54 am

    Rick Henderson

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