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- Jeanne Allen President of the Center for Education Reform
- Mark Egan Director of the Voucher Strategy Center at the National School Boards Association
- Melody Webb Coordinator of StopDCVouchers.org
- Mayor Anthony Williams Of Washington, DC
- Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-Louisiana)
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