The ad stresses Williams' professional background, her time as a school volunteer and her support for neighborhood schools. Williams also says she "will work to ensure fair distribution of academic programs for all students," which basically means looking at the magnet/non-magnet divide.
Here's the text of the ad:
Harrison: "I am Wake County Sheriff Donnie Harrison asking you to vote for Donna Williams, candidate for school board in District 6. I wholeheartedly endorse Donna in this non-partisan race. Donna is a person of high integrity, great ability and a capacity for hard work. And as a nurse she has shown that she is a very caring person."
Williams: "Thank you Sheriff. And I'm also a businesswoman who has the background to be an efficient manager of the taxpayers' money. I have lived in District 6 for 24 years. My four grown children all attended District 6 schools and now I'm the grandmother of seven, all of whom live in Wake County. I've volunteered in our schools for more than 20 years and I'm committed to solving the problems that currently exist. I will work to ensure fair distribution of academic programs for all students."
Harrison: "Donna is also the only candidate in District 6 that supports neighborhood schools. Please vote for Donna Williams for school board."
Williams: "I look forward to working with you Sheriff on behalf of the people of Wake County. I'm Donna Williams and this message was authorized and paid for by Donna for School Board."