10,000 NOs


Election Week Rerelease with Education Expert Marshall Tuck

In 2018, Matt sat down with Marshall Tuck after observing him speak off the cuff at a local fundraiser. Here is what he said about him back then: 

From Zimbabwe to South Central, Marshall Tuck has been making an impact on young people's lives through public education. If all goes well, he'll move the needle even more as California's next State Superintendent of Public Instruction.  

Tuck lost that battle in 2018, but we are confident that he will restore your faith in public servants who have our children’s best interests front of mind when it comes to education so we decided to rerelease that conversation with an updated introduction as a reminder of the highest ideals of politics when they mesh with a candidate’s heart and excellence of character. His story reminds us that, while we all hear NOs, when we are led by a higher purpose we can weather any storm. 

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