Alice Cain for Maryland House of Delegates2019-01-18T13:09:39+00:00
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I'm a mom, wife, sister, friend, kayaker, youth group co-leader, and book-lover who has dedicated my 30-year career in the policy and nonprofit worlds to improving the lives of children through education. Now it is time to use that experience to be a voice for children and families in Maryland.

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Improve Schools for All Students

Education is the very best investment we can make – for our kids’ future and for Maryland’s future. I will be a voice for equity, fairness and the allocation of resources our schools need so our children can succeed.

Protect the Environment

We must leave a clean environment – and a healthy Bay – for our children and grandchildren. I will do my part to make sure that Maryland is part of the solution to reduce greenhouse gases and to increase our preparedness for climate associated changes.

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Restore Trust in Government

Our country, our state and our county all deserve a government we can trust. And it is time that we work across the aisle to get results. As your public servant, I will put integrity, honesty and compassion to work for you every day.

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Proud to have an Attorney General who is standing up against abuse of our Constitution. Thank you to all these AG’s for their work! Way to go @BrianFrosh! #mdga19

3 actual national emergencies ⬇️

➡️ 1 out of 5 Americans can’t afford their needed prescription medicines

➡️ 7 out of 10 Americans live paycheck to paycheck

➡️ It’s been over 4 years and residents of Flint still don’t have clean water

Epic clap back to Donald Trump, Jr. from @GinaCaneva. America's educators are superheroes, and they deserve respect. They earn it each and every day. #education

Check out my latest op-Ed in @educationweek : Lesson for Donald Trump Jr., From a 'Loser Teacher' #LoserTeachers

Students whose school commutes force them to walk through or wait in violent neighborhoods are more likely to miss school, according to a new study.

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