For the past several years, Westchester Children’s Association has asked candidates for political office to complete a survey about issues that affect children. In addition to publishing the candidates’ answers to the survey questions, WCA released four fact sheets to help educate citizens on child-related topics as they prepare to vote in the upcoming elections.
WCA’s Vote for Kids campaign encourages voters to prioritize the needs of our children by voting for local, county, and state elected officials who support policies and programs that will benefit children. WCA is nonpartisan and does not support or oppose any candidate for office.
Click here to view the survey results and fact sheets as shared by The Patch. You can also view the survey results via an interactive map on WCA’s Children By the Numbers blog, or read this blog post summarizing the candidates’ survey results.