Stutzman must be desperate for volunteers. His latest effort to enlist help was to email FWCS teachers – who are probably members of that dreaded “U” word (union) that so many Republicans despise – to see if they might be amenable to allowing students to become involved in a campaign.
That would be Stutzman’s campaign, of course. The really disingenuous part, though, was to dangle the carrot of potential “extra credit” to entice the students into volunteering once a teacher had accepted the “invitation”:
The e-mail says if teachers wanted to assign extra credit for students who assist with the campaign, a campaign staffer would sign a document verifying that the student participated.
What student wouldn’t want extra credit? Even if the student had no inkling of Marlin Stutzman or the office for which he is running.
I wonder if he dangled the same carrot in front of any of the other county school districts? Or the districts in any of the other counties?
What was he thinking? Or maybe he wasn’t thinking in his quest to round up more volunteers.