The greatest infusion of corporate cash ever, over $600,000 in 2011 has gone to three school board candidates from so-called “reform interests” that have long sought to privatize and charterize traditional public education. The largest donors are corporate, including oil industry CEO Henry Gordon, healthcare industry CEO Kent Thiry, financial executive Scott Reiman, and former oilman and GOP fundraiser, current University of Colorado president Bruce Benson. Gordon and Reiman are board members of the Alliance for Choice in Education, a promoter of private school vouchers. Corporate money added to cash from outside groups like Stand for Children has accounted for tens of thousands of dollars to their three picks as school “reformers” — Happy Haynes for at-large, Anne Rowe in District 1 and Jennifer Draper Carson in District 5. The three candidates also garnered endorsements from the heavily hedge-fund-backed Democrats for Reform.
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