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Constituent Survey Results: Government Reform a Top Priority
In my Fall 2013 newsletter, I asked constituents to let me know what issues were important to them by ranking a provided list from 1-10. We received hundreds of responses from constituents, and the majority agreed that government reform should be the top legislative issue.
Government reform is one of my top priorities too. I have created a bipartisan, bicameral Government Reform Caucus to focus on this issue. We meet monthly to discuss our shared commitment to bringing fundamental reforms to state government.
I am trying to lead by example as well. I do not accept mid-term cost-of-living raises, per diems or mileage reimbursement, and I do not use a state-owned or state-leased vehicle.
My office will keep the public informed on ongoing efforts to improve how our government operates.
Here are the full survey results:
- Government Reform (1,157 votes)
- Education (1,081 votes)
- Job Creation / Economic Development (1,050 votes)
- Healthcare (1,024 votes)
- Taxes (1,006 votes)
- Social Services / Poverty (792 votes)
- Transportation / Infrastructure (788 votes)
- Veterans (787 votes)
- Environment / Conservation (769 votes)
- Civil Rights (628 votes)