In the mailer, Losurdo says "the long night of turmoil for Wake County schools is ending" with the bi-partisan adoption of the new student assignment plan. She charges that the momentum is at risk with the newly elected school board members having asked for a delay in the vote on the plan.
"Kevin Hill voted 'no,'" the mailer says. "As the leading proponent of forced busing in Wake County, he still wants to go back to the old plan that started all the turmoil in the first place.
The only way that we can keep the momentum for reform, get past all the bickering and bring parents, teachers and the greater Wake County community together on behalf of our kids and our future is to replace Hill with Heather Losurdo in the runoff election on November 8."