Candidate Questionnaires - Orange County | Indy Week

James Stanford—Orange County Clerk of Superior Court

“The goal is for our citizens to be able to interact with our judicial system without having to appear in the courthouse.”

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Mark Kleinschmidt—Orange County Clerk of Superior Court

“The Clerk of Superior Court must be committed to providing services, information and education to the public in a truly welcoming and non-discriminatory way.”

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Sally Greene—Orange County Board of Commissioners, At-Large

“As the proud parent of a child who benefited from the county’s investment, I’m strongly committed to the success of our public schools.”

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Noah Oswald—Orange County Board of Commissioners, At-Large

“As a lifelong Democrat, I value diversity, equity, public services, and fiscal responsibility.”

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Brian Crawford—Orange County Board of Commissioners, At-Large

“I truly believe that all of us are smarter than one of us. I will work to find collective, pragmatic and effective solutions to challenging problems.”

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Earl McKee—Orange County Board of Commissioners, District 2

“I consistently vote to maintain a responsible and balanced financial position for the county that provides as many services for those in need as possible without raising taxes to a level that would force out many of our lower and possibly middle income folks.”

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Tommy McNeil—Orange County Board of Commissioners, District 2

“Orange County is embarking upon a dynamic future of economic development by offering support tocompanies who seek to conduct business here.”

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Charles Blackwood—Orange County Sheriff

“If re-elected, I will expand efforts to explore the possibility of a ‘diversion center,’ which would allow law enforcement to bring individuals in need of wraparound services as an alternative to placing them in custody.”

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Tony White—Orange County Sheriff

“I believe disciplinary actions should be public record. It ensures law enforcement misconduct is not overlooked.”

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Sarah Smylie—Orange County Board of Education

“What I can offer everyone is integrity—that my leadership will be grounded in a consistent set of values, always centered on doing right by all children.”

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Hillary MacKenzie—Orange County Board of Education

“I am an activist, not a politician, so I am prepared to take any stand I need to protect the best interest and safety of our students.”

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Brenda Stephens—Orange County Board of Education

“I want our students graduating with real skills and knowledge to prepare them to be productive citizens.”

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Will Atherton—Orange County Board of Education

“I strongly feel that students need time to understand their own talents, interests, and strengths—and then further explore possible career pathways.”

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