Itching To Vote® Caleb Crump's Interview with Mayor Kevin McNamee about Education Opportunity Fund

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  • 11/28/2023
This video is Caleb Crump conducting an interview with Mayor Kevin McNamee of Thousand Oaks, California at the 2023 California GOP Convention. The topic of discussion was about a program that helps facilitate putting Parents in Charge of their Child's Education.

For more information on the program that Mayor Kevin McNamee is discussing, call (323) 417-4644 or go to http://www.EducationOpportunity.org

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Itching to Vote by Itching To Vote is licensed under YouTube

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