for school board Trustee, District G 2014


We support Erin Cranor's candidacy for a second term:

Duncan and Irene Lee

Former First Lady Sandy Miller

Lorna and Ashley Hall

Punam Mathur

Myron and Dana Martin

Dr. Carrie A. Buck

Nevada State Senator Aaron D. Ford

Nevada State Assemblyman Lynn Stewart

Gary and Susan Chiacchiaretti

Dr. Sylvia Lazos

Tessa Hafen Stewart

Drs. Ken and Lisa Hogan

The Steve Keener Family

Carlos and Susie Avecilla

Aldeane Ries

Dr. Eleanor Kim Chow

Steve and Cynthia Hoer

John and Debra Guedry

Rosa Mendoza

University Regent Michael Wixom and Heidi Wixom

Ralph and Kelly Good

Kyle and Julia Stephens

David Cohen

Sandy Metcalf

Georgeann Ray

​Shane and Jennifer Bybee

Bob and Sandy Ellis

Ira Kimball

Steve and Corrina Terry

Ronda Okuda

Jim and Melodee Wilcox

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Sun

Citizens for Responsible Government

Latin Chamber of Commerce

Asian Chamber of Commerce

Seniors United

Clark County Black Caucus

Nevada State Education Association T.I.P.

Combined Committee:  CCEA Teachers and ESEA Support Staff

Southern Nevada Central Labor Council

Henderson Democratic Club

Hispanics in Politics

Veterans in Politics

Latino Democratic Caucus

Clark County Firefighters IAFF Local 1908

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers 357

UA Local Plumbers, Pipefitters and Service Technicians 525

SEIU Local 1107

Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters

Wynn Las Vegas

These endorsements of Erin Cranor for Trustee come from across the community, cross party lines, and include families and individual teachers, business and labor, active volunteers in our schools, other elected officials, and both conservative and liberal-minded individuals who see the practical value of Erin's fearless and positive work for our students, families, and community. Yet, not everyone wants the change she is working for.  She drew fire when she voted to appoint our current superintendent and took heat when she supported him in not allowing non-graduates to walk at graduation ceremonies, and her aggressive financial reform efforts, to align spending to student success, have angered some individuals and drawn heated political attacks.  Erin Earlene Cranor will need your help to ensure a win this November 4.  This will be a very important win for sustained, positive system change and student success.  If you share a view of the possibilities for student success here - if you share a sense of the urgency to see this work through to success, help elect Erin Earlene Cranor to a second term as a trustee.  

"Team Cranor for Trustee" volunteers prepare for a neighborhood walk.

Volunteers join Erin Cranor for a Saturday morning campaign event.

Volunteers gather to help Cranor for Trustee, District G.

Grandparents, teachers and families support Erin Cranor for Trustee.