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Candidates for PICKENS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD (District 2)
7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014, Council Chambers, Central Town Hall, 1067 W Main St., Central, SC 29630
Candidates: Philip Bowers, Kevin McKenzie, Tony Qualkinbush, Jennifer Wood (Vote for 1)
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Candidates for CLEMSON CITY COUNCIL
7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014, Council Chambers, Clemson City Hall
Candidates: Ray F. Brown, Jerry O. Chapman, Tim Fowler, June Hay, C. Martin Tiller, Jeremy Wright (Vote for 3)
A QUESTIONNAIRE to these candidates has been prepared by the Clemson Historic West End Neighborhood Association and is posted here with their permission. This questionnaire was sent to all 6 candidates and a followup reminder to all 6 candidates. The responses are published as received from the candidates.
1. Now that the Affordable Care Act has been implemented, what changes or improvements would you like to see Congress make? RESPONSES
2. One of the areas in which the United States is falling behind is infrastructure, particularly transportation infrastructure--highways and bridges, public, port facilities, rail transport and other mass transit. How do you think these improvements should be financed, and what should the role of the federal government be? RESPONSES
3. A recent report on climate change calls attention to the issue of rising sea levels. Since you would be (if elected) representing a coastal state (23 of the 50 states have some seacoast), what actions should Congress take to help us address the potential damage to property and the economy along the coast? RESPONSES
4. What role should the federal government play in funding K-12 and higher education, and what should its priorities be? RESPONSES