Primary Results and Endorsed Candidates

Here are two documents related to the election. One highlights results from the primary elections last week and the other highlights endorsed candidates.

2014 Primary Election Results – 5.7.14


Endorsed Candidates 2014



Welcome to the Eastland Education Association (EEA) wesbite. Let us know if there is something you

would like to see posted here!


March Into an Informed Retirement information FINAL MARCH INTO AN INFORMED RETIREMENT 2014

Affordable Care Act Flyer:  Affordable Care Act 2013


Ratified Negotiated Agreement 2014-2016:     Final Agreement

Link to STRS Highlighting Pension Changes:


As the another school year begins, here is a friendly reminder about social networking and appropriate posts: Social Networking Flyer


Upcoming Events:

May 26 – No School (Memorial Day)

May 29 – Senior Recognition

OEA 2014 Summer Academy

See below for documents related to the 2014 OEA Summer Leadership Academy.

2014 Summer Academy – Region 1

2014 Summer Academy Scholarship Application

New Voter Legislation

On Wednesday, the Ohio House of Representatives passed two draconian bills to further their anti-voter agenda in our state.


Their desire to make voting much harder (in order to make elections easier for them to win) is so obvious that three major Ohio newspapers called on them to stop pushing through these anti-voter laws.


One bill, Senate Bill 238, will reduce the number of days available for you and others to vote.  In today’s busy world, we should be increasing, not cutting, the number of voting days so we need to come together and stop this assault on our voting rights now.


Click here to send Gov. Kasich a letter urging him to VETO SB205 and SB238.


The other bill, Senate Bill 205, will also severely limit our chance to vote using by forcing counties to stop sending registered voters applications for absentee ballots.


This bill prevents local election officials from helping a voter complete any part of an absentee ballot application, ID envelopes, or absentee ballot. If a mistake happens, the election official cannot help, but instead will be required to toss out a valid vote on a technicality.
These bills are rapidly on their way to Gov. Kasich’s desk right now, where he has the option to either sign or veto them.


Click here to send Gov. Kasich a letter urging him to VETO SB205 and SB238.


Access to the ballot box and the opportunity for working people to easily register and exercise their right to vote, should remain a staple of our democracy.


It’s crucial that Gov. Kasich vetoes these bills in order to keep Ohio’s elections fair and open.

Stronger Together,

Dennis Willard

Communications Director
We Are Ohio