* 1. Name: 

* 2. Legislative District of Seat:

* 3. Position of Seat: 

* 4. Describe your most important personal characteristics or traits as they relate to the office you seek.

* 5. Please describe, in sufficient detail, one to three accomplishments or contributions of which you are most proud. These examples should illustrate skills and capabilities you think apply to the office you are seeking.  These accomplishments may have occurred at any time in your personal, professional, or public life.

* 6. Do you believe the state is fulfilling its constitutional “paramount duty” to amply fund public education for “the education of all children” within our state’s borders?

* 7. How do you define educational equity? 

* 8. What is/are the most important issues that need to be addressed by the state legislature? How do you prioritize those issues?

* 9. Within Education (Pre-K, K-12, and Higher Education), what is your highest priority issue?

* 10. Scenario: The state has $1B in unanticipated revenue to allocate in the upcoming legislative session. Where would you put that money and with what parameters around spending? How would you ensure it goes to its intended purpose?

* 11. How do you approach perceived or real conflict between policy decisions? Example: How would you weigh proposals to increase K-12 educator compensation, increase special education funding, create manageable class sizes, expand early learning (i.e. Pre-K) and provide ongoing support and resources to the postsecondary colleges and universities with limited resources?

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