Public Policy Update: 2014 Judicial Candidates Survey Results
INFORM | EDUCATE | ADVOCATE
At today's Women Mean Business luncheon, the Public Policy Committee of the San Antonio Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-SA) released the results of their 2014 Judicial Candidate Survey.
Our NAWBO San Antonio members have expressed great interest in learning more about local candidates for office in the November 2014 election. This is just one of the many ways NAWBO San Antonio's Public Policy Committee seeks to educate members about local, state, and national public policy issues that impact business.
For a copy of the results, click here.
About This Survey
Using publicly available information, the Public Policy Committee identified local judicial candidates running for election in November. Every attempt was made to contact each of these candidates. Each candidate was emailed a request to respond to a set number of questions determined by the Committee with the understanding that their responses would be compiled into a survey for the purpose of educating NAWBO‐SA members and released to the public through the NAWBO‐SA website and social media. All responses are reported exactly as provided by each candidate. The report is a compilation of survey responses.
The National Association of Women Business Owners is a non-partisan organization.
NAWBO San Antonio does not represent or support any political party.
Our mission is to propel women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power worldwide.
Posted by Lynn Weirich, NAWBO San Antonio Public Policy Director on 25th September, 2014 | Comments | Trackbacks
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