CTLP is proud to offer its first general candidate survey. The survey is open to all candidates and slates of candidates running for municipal office this November.
It is not a long survey, just four questions. The answers to all surveys will be posted on the CT Elections Wiki, where they will be publicly available and easily found by major search engines. We’ll also post some of the more interesting responses here on the site.
If you are a candidate or are a part of a slate of candidates, all you have to do is answer the four questions and email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also post the responses to the survey in the comments section of this post.
Here’s the quick, simple survey:
1. What do you think are the most important issues facing your town?
2. If elected, what would be your highest priorities for the next 2 years?
3. How is your approach to town government different from your opponent(s)?
4. Why do you want to be elected to town government?
The idea is for us to create a searchable database of candidate responses on the wiki site. The responses will help to focus our coverage of the various town races.
Thanks for participating! I’m hoping to get responses from each and every town holding an election this November.