Lisa Watson of Kansas City, Kan., supports Donald Trump for president. Expanding educational options for parents is her priority: “One candidate is saying they’ll open the door to competition and school choice. And the other person is saying, ‘I’ll close the door.’ ”
Lisa Watson of Kansas City, Kan., supports Donald Trump for president. Expanding educational options for parents is her priority: “One candidate is saying they’ll open the door to competition and school choice. And the other person is saying, ‘I’ll close the door.’ ” Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Lisa Watson of Kansas City, Kan., supports Donald Trump for president. Expanding educational options for parents is her priority: “One candidate is saying they’ll open the door to competition and school choice. And the other person is saying, ‘I’ll close the door.’ ” Allison Long along@kcstar.com

‘I’m black and a former liberal’: She’s voting for Trump because of education

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