2011 School Board Survey�
Florida Abigail Adams Project
This survey has been
designed by Floridians for candidates that are running for School Boards in all 67 counties of Florida.� The statements with an asterisk will be included on
the Abigail Adams Project printable voter guides that will be handed
out in neighborhoods and at the polls on election days. The entire
survey will be posted on a website that will be available for all
voters to educate themselves about the candidate and their views.
Each candidate will be given ample
opportunity to respond to the survey and we will call to confirm your
decision to refuse to answer the survey before we submit the
information to our website/voter guides.
In order to maintain
consistency and fairness in representing all candidates we have
implemented the following restrictions on additional comments.
Comments about the
candidate's responses are limited to points of clarification only.
No references to
opposing candidates will be allowed.
Response to why you
are running for office will be limited to 300 words.
is important to note, that while the candidates and their stand on
key issues are listed in our voter information, Party affiliations
are not. The Abigail Adams Project does not endorse or promote any
political party or particular candidate. The Project simply informs
voters on who the candidates are and where they stand on the issues,
allowing the voters to decide for themselves who they want to
represent them. Party affiliations are irrelevant. It is the person
running that matters and not the political party they are affiliated
with or whether they are affiliated with a political party at all.
For that reason, the Abigail Adams Project does not include Party
Homemakers for America is the sponsoring
organization for the Abigail Adams Project and all questions
regarding the project should be directed to the Florida Coordinator
of Homemakers for America.