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Sen. Christy Armendariz Endorses Lisa Schonhoff for the Nebraska State Board of Education

Updated: Oct 23, 2023


BENNINGTON, NE – Nebraska State Senator Christy Armendariz is proud to announce her endorsement of Lisa Schonhoff for the Nebraska State Board of Education. Sen. Armendariz, who recognizes Lisa Schonhoff's deep passion for education and her role as an educator, believes that Schonhoff's generous heart, kind demeanor, and measured patience make her the ideal representative for the State Board of Education.

In a heartfelt statement released today, Sen. Christy Armendariz said, "In the time I have known Lisa, I have known her to be extremely passionate about the important role of education in a child’s life. As an educator herself, she is on the front line of the ever-complex issues our children face in the classroom and oftentimes, in their homes. Lisa has a generous heart and a kind, measured patience. These qualities are exactly what Nebraska wants as a representative of the State Board of Education."

Senator Christy Armendariz's endorsement of Lisa Schonhoff reflects the shared commitment to ensuring that Nebraska's education system prioritizes the well-being and educational needs of its children.

Lisa Schonhoff, an experienced educator deeply committed to the welfare of students, has dedicated her career to fostering quality education. Her campaign for the State Board of Education focuses on promoting educational excellence and advocating for policies that support students both inside and outside the classroom.

"I am profoundly honored to receive the endorsement of Senator Christy Armendariz," said Lisa Schonhoff. "Her dedication to education and her recognition of the challenges students face make her endorsement all the more meaningful. I share her commitment to advocating for the best interests of Nebraska's children, and I am eager to represent them on the State Board of Education."

For more information about Lisa Schonhoff's campaign and to get involved, please visit LisaForNebraska.com.

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