Republican Statewide Official Launches New Hotline, And Katie Hobbs Is Going to Absolutely Hate It

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Arizona centrists who voted for Democrat Katie Hobbs in last fall’s gubernatorial race might have had a flash of buyer’s remorse when the new governor vetoed a bill that would prohibit the teaching of critical race theory in public schools.

Thanks to the state’s Republican superintendent of public instruction, however, they’ll have a hotline to complain about problematic material being pushed on their children in the classroom — literally.

Superintendent Tom Horne just launched the “Empower Hotline,” allowing parents to report propagandizing in the classroom directly to the state Department of Education.

They can do so via phone at 602-771-3500 or email at

“It’s time to get people to focus on teaching the academics,” Horne said, according to KPNX-TV.

In a news release March 9, the Department of Education said the hotline was launched “so that Arizonans can report inappropriate public school lessons that detract from teaching academic standards.”

“These include those that focus on race or ethnicity, rather than individuals and merit, promoting gender ideology, social emotional learning, or inappropriate sexual content,” it said.

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