2016 School Committee Candidates Survey Responses

*An “embedded version of the survey” is shown below – however, different browsers and computers may require 2 different SCROLLING bars to view the all the results – so we recommend viewing these responses by clicking the first link above!

***Notice 2 tabs! (2 different views of the surveys >>

  1. “Question Summaries” tab allows you to view each question with ALL of the candidates responses to that question
  2. “Individual Responses” tab allows you to select a candidate and view that candidate’s responses to all of the questions.”

“ALN Announces Local Public Candidate Forums and Online Questionnaires”

NEWPORT LOCAL ELECTIONS – NOVEMBER 2016 –
NEWPORT CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES – NEWPORT SCHOOL COMMITTEE CANDIDATES TO ADDRESS KEY ISSUES IN PUBLIC FORUMS

For over 10 years, the ALLIANCE FOR A LIVABLE NEWPORT (ALN) has worked to promote and enhance the quality of life in Newport by providing an unbiased resource for information on issues facing our community.

In this year of Newport Municipal Elections ALN has developed questions designed to help voters decide about their choices for City Council and School Committee. As in the past several years the questions and answers can be viewed on the ALN website at newportalliance.org/.

The two questionnaires, one for City Council candidates and one for School Committee candidates, can be examined by viewing each candidate’s responses to all the questions or by focusing on a question and seeing all the candidates’ responses to that question.

Be a confident, savvy voter! There are a number of new names on the candidate lists. We hope our questions and their answers will be an important addition to the information you need about local elections to make informed choices.

October 4, 2016
Newport First Ward City Council Candidates
6:30 at the MLK Center
Martin Luther King Community Center
20 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland Blvd.
Newport, RI 02840

October 11, 2016
Newport At Large City Council Candidates
6:30 in the Council Chamber at City Hall
43 Broadway, Newport, RI 02840, Second Floor

October 18, 2016
Newport School Committee Candidates
6:00 at the Pell School Cafetorium
35 Dexter St, Newport, RI 02840, First Floor

2016 Newport City Council Candidates Survey Responses

*An “embedded version of the survey” is shown below – however, different browsers and computers may require 2 different SCROLLING bars to view the all the results – so we recommend viewing these responses by clicking the first link above!

***Notice 2 tabs! (2 different views of the surveys >>

  1. “Question Summaries” tab allows you to view each question with ALL of the candidates responses to that question
  2. “Individual Responses” tab allows you to select a candidate and view that candidate’s responses to all of the questions.”

“ALN Announces Local Public Candidate Forums and Online Questionnaires”

NEWPORT LOCAL ELECTIONS – NOVEMBER 2016 –
NEWPORT CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES – NEWPORT SCHOOL COMMITTEE CANDIDATES TO ADDRESS KEY ISSUES IN PUBLIC FORUMS

For over 10 years, the ALLIANCE FOR A LIVABLE NEWPORT (ALN) has worked to promote and enhance the quality of life in Newport by providing an unbiased resource for information on issues facing our community.

In this year of Newport Municipal Elections ALN has developed questions designed to help voters decide about their choices for City Council and School Committee. As in the past several years the questions and answers can be viewed on the ALN website at newportalliance.org/.

The two questionnaires, one for City Council candidates and one for School Committee candidates, can be examined by viewing each candidate’s responses to all the questions or by focusing on a question and seeing all the candidates’ responses to that question.

Be a confident, savvy voter! There are a number of new names on the candidate lists. We hope our questions and their answers will be an important addition to the information you need about local elections to make informed choices.

October 4, 2016
Newport First Ward City Council Candidates
6:30 at the MLK Center
Martin Luther King Community Center
20 Dr. Marcus F. Wheatland Blvd.
Newport, RI 02840

October 11, 2016
Newport At Large City Council Candidates
6:30 in the Council Chamber at City Hall
43 Broadway, Newport, RI 02840, Second Floor

October 18, 2016
Newport School Committee Candidates
6:00 at the Pell School Cafetorium
35 Dexter St, Newport, RI 02840, First Floor

2016 – City of Newport and Rhode Island Candidates List

elections

 

NEWPORT CITY COUNCIL AT-LARGE (4 to be elected)

  1. Jamie Bova
  2. John Florez (Incumbent)
  3. Claude Andrews Lavarre
  4. Justin S. McLaughlin (Incumbent)
  5. Jeanne-Marie Napolitano (Incumbent)
  6. Benjamin S. Kessler
  7. Harry Winthrop
  8. Kimberly L. Shute

WARD 1 COUNCILOR (1 to be elected)

  1. Marco T. Camacho (Incumbent)
  2. Susan D. Taylor

WARD 2 COUNCILOR (1 to be elected)

  1. Lynne Underwood Ceglie (Incumbent)

WARD 3 COUNCILOR (1 to be elected)

  1. Kathryn E. Leonard (Incumbent)

SCHOOL COMMITTEE – AT LARGE (7 to be elected)

  1. Sandra J. Flowers (Incumbent)
  2. Jo Eva Gaines (Incumbent)
  3. Adrienne Clemente Haylor
  4. Thomas S. Phelan
  5. Kathleen M. Silvia (Incumbent)
  6. David C. Hanos, JR. (Incumbent)
  7. Rebecca Bolan  (Incumbent)
  8. Jennifer Jackson
  9. Henry Kniskern
  10. David Carlin
  11. Raymond Gomes
  12. David Eikeland
  13. Francis D. Landry, JR.
  14. Timoth W. Donnelly
  15. Robert Leary
  16. Marci O’ Sullivan
  17. Stephen B. Turcotte

Senate District 12 (1 to be elected)

  1. Lois DiPalma – Democrat (Incumbent)
  2. Richard Rom – Republican
  3. Amy Veri – Republican

Senate District 13 (1 to be elected)

  1. M. Theresa Paiva-Weed (Incumbent)
  2. Sav Rebecci – Filed in Jamestown

House District 75 (1 to be elected)

  1. Lauren H. Carson – Democrat (Incumbent)
  2. Michael Warren Smith – Independent

 

REP 73 (1 to be elected)

  1. Marvin L. Abney (Incumbent) – Filed 6/28

 

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