The deadline for completing the survey is December 31.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out this survey. The questions are intended to reflect issues that may come before the Legislature. The questions included should not be interpreted as a reflection of my views on the issues. Your input will help me gauge the opinions of House District 55.

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* # 1 - Would you support raising the age to purchase tobacco and vaping products to 21?

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* # 2 - Would you support raising the state excise tax on tobacco, and imposing a new excise tax on vaping products?

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* # 3 - Two of the primary drivers of county jail overcrowding are housing offenders awaiting trial and those unable to pay their bail bond. Do you believe local courts and jails should do more to release offenders if they do not pose a risk of violence or skipping their trials?

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* # 4 - The legislature recently set a target for local schools to spend at least 85 percent of state tuition support toward classroom and instructional expenses. If a school corporation does not meet this target, they must provide an explanation to the state, school board and on their website. Do you think this fiscal transparency measure will help school administrators find efficiencies and streamline operations?

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* # 5 - According to the latest analysis, on average less than 60 percent of public school funding makes it to the classroom for things such as teacher salaries and instructional technology. This means that more than 40 percent of school expenditures are going toward items like corporation administrators, and operation and maintenance of facilities. Would you support legislation that would require increasing the amount of public school expenditures that go to the classroom?

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* # 6 - Should school performance measures be adjusted so there is less emphasis on high-stakes testing, and greater emphasis on college- or career-readiness and student outcomes?

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* # 7 - Do you support the legalization of medical marijuana?

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