Keasha Haythe endorsed by Local Educators and MSEA

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ANNAPOLIS — Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) has endorsed Democrat Keasha Haythe, CEcD, in the race for Maryland’s House of Delegates representing the Legislative District 37B. Keasha Haythe was born and raised in Talbot County and is a daughter of the Eastern Shore. Her personal and professional commitment to the region is evident in her family background, career and community service.
Since 2008, Keasha has served as the Dorchester County Economic Development Director where she has earned a successful track record based on sound policies and innovative strategies. Partnering with private and public stakeholders, she has championed education, entrepreneurship and expansion of existing businesses as key economic drivers.
Ms. Haythe stands on the platform of education, economic development and environment.
MSEA’s mission is to create great public schools for every child in Maryland. Andy Burke, Talbot County Education Association president stated “local educators from Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester and Wicomico counties and the Maryland State Education Association are proud to support Keasha Haythe. As the mother of three children who attended local public schools, she understands the importance of great public schools to our community and will work to help close achievement gaps, enhance college and career readiness programs, and get our students and educators the resources they need to be successful.”
“I am honored to receive the endorsement from local educators in Talbot, Caroline, Dorchester and Wicomico Counties and MSEA,” said Ms. Haythe. “If elected I will work to help bridge the achievement gap and work to help create great public schools in District 37B.
Learn more about Keasha Haythe at www. KeashaHaythe.com.

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