Wake County school board member Kevin Hill is making a personal robocall to voters today to ask them for support on Tuesday.
In the robocall, Hill touts his educational experience. He also says he "will work with Superintendent Tata as we move forward on the new assignment plan, and I will work to get the board's focus back on student achievement."
Perry Woods, an advisor for Hill, said the call was targeted at people who voted Oct. 11, regardless of their party affiliation.
Here's the text of his robocall:
"Hello, this is Kevin Hill, candidate for the Wake County school board. We've come to the end of a long campaign and I know you've been bombarded by mail and phone calls, but I wanted to take a brief moment to say thank you for voting tomorrow.
Regardless of whom you vote for, voting means you care about the future of our students. They need your passion and concern to help them succeed.
If re-elected, I will continue to use my 35 years of working with Wake County schools to always put students first and politics last. I will work with Superintendent Tata as we move forward on the new assignment plan, and I will work to get the board's focus back on student achievement.
I would be honored to have your support tomorrow. For more information, go to hillforboe.com and please do not forge to vote. Thank you."
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