Be a Voice for New Orleans Kids this December
This December, New Orleanians will have a chance to secure a historic win for our littlest learners.
Join our movement for kids. Pledge to vote YES this election on Citywide Millage Proposition #2 (Library and Early Childhood Education Millage) ballot measure to fund affordable, quality early childhood education programs for young children.
Vote YES on Millage Proposition #2!
Learn more about the measure and why we support it.
- What’s a millage?
- Another term for a property tax
- There’s two other millages on the ballot, are any of these going to raise my taxes?
- I’d like to take a deeper dive, what other resources can I check out?
- How did this “Citywide Millage Proposition #2 Liberty & Early Childhood Education” end up on the December 5 ballot?
- It was put there via a unanimous vote of the New Orleans City Council
- Can I still register to vote?
- Yes, in person or by mail registration no later than Wednesday, November 4 or through the GeauxVote LA Secretary of State’s website no later than Saturday, November 14. Learn more.
- What are my available options for voting?
Early Childhood Education is a good investment and it is the right thing to do for kids in New Orleans
Studies show that children who receive quality early education go on to earn nearly 50% more than their peers. We can change this. Help us win expanded childcare slots in the NOLA City Seats program.
Please pledge to vote and join our campaign!
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