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World Famous Think Tank Proves Prop E Won’t Help STUDENTS at CUSD – Vote NO on Prop E

World Famous Think Tank Proves Prop E is Just Another Education Spending Scam Based on our hundreds of years of collective experience and observations in school districts all over the USA, and ESPECIALLY at CUSD in Coronado, we understand that the

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CUSD’s Major Disconnect Between Their Official Ballot Documentation & Unofficial Propaganda, Vote NO on Prop E

The Disconnect in CUSD’s Information Fries Coroando Taxpayers There’s a major disconnect between CUSD’s official ballot documentation and unofficial community propaganda. The official ballot documentation proves CUSD intends to spend the proposed Prop E property tax hike money on the School

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“Class Size” is a Scam, Vote NO on Prop E

The Scam: “Class Size” We explained that “quality of education” is a ruse used by CUSD to pull at voters’ heartstrings in order to persuade them to vote against the best interests of our community for the Prop E property

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“Quality of Education” is a Ruse, Vote NO on Prop E

The Ruse: “Quality of Education” In their unofficial propaganda spewed saround our community, CUSD claims that Prop E will help preserve CUSD’s “quality of education.” It’s the emotional hook by which CUSD hopes to hoodwink Coronado voters into voting in yet another

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CUSD’s Overspending Problem Isn’t a Crisis for Coronado Homeowners, Vote NO on Prop E

The Ruse We get it. CUSD mucked up their finances real good. To distract you, CUSD shouts the sky is falling! The sky is falling! CUSD is trying desperately to scapegoat the State of California for the financial problems that

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Rebuttal Argument AGAINST Coronado Proposition E – Vote NO on Prop E

Bonds are SUPPOSED to be for capital expenditures — constructing new schools. etc. We are ALREADY paying for such school bonds issued earlier. But this new bond seems to be primarily for OPERATING costs — using much of the bond

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