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2018 Constitutional Office Races



Governor




Awarded for distinguished commitment, action, and advocacy on behalf of teachers and public education.

Ned Lamont (D)

www.nedlamont.com

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: 100.0   View PDF

A Closer Look at Ned Lamont

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Your guide to where the gubernatorial candidates stand on education



Oz Griebel (I)

www.ozforgovct.com

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire

Responded to Connecticut Conference of Municipalities questionnaire View PDF

  • Proposed stopping annual pension fund contributions for the next few years
    Griebel said he would "postpone funding the annual required contribution and ensure changes in work rules and benefit calculations"

  • Called for reducing retirement benefits and other union concessions to fund pension system
  • Supports use of tax dollars to pay for private schools
    Griebel said, "We also favor allowing Connecticut parents to use funds from the federal 527 plans to pay private school tuition for grades K-12."
  • Supports sending more public school dollars to charter school companies
    Griebel said, "We support the adequate and equitable funding of charter schools, especially in our larger cities, to provide great choice for parents and students."




Bob Stefanowski (R)

www.bobforgovernor.com

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire

  • Proposed a salary limit and cap for teachers
  • Supported the Janus decision and made anti-union comments
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A Closer Look at Bob Stefanowski

Stefanowski's Economic Plan Would Cut Education Funding, Hurt Students

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Your guide to where the gubernatorial candidates stand on education




Lieutenant Governor




Awarded for distinguished commitment, action, and advocacy on behalf of teachers and public education.

Susan Bysiewicz (D)


Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: 100.0   View PDF



Joseph Markley (R)


Average Report Card Score: 61.0
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire




Attorney General




Awarded for distinguished commitment, action, and advocacy on behalf of teachers and public education.

William Tong (D)

www.williamtong.com/

Average Report Card Score: 96.0
Questionnaire Score: 100.0   View PDF



Susan Hatfield (R)

www.hatfield2018.com

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire




Secretary of State




Awarded for distinguished commitment, action, and advocacy on behalf of teachers and public education.

Denise Merrill (D)

www.denisemerrill.net

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: 100.0   View PDF



Susan Chapman (R)

www.chapmanforct.com/

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire




Treasurer




Awarded for distinguished commitment, action, and advocacy on behalf of teachers and public education.

Shawn Wooden (D)

www.shawnwooden.com/

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: 100.0   View PDF



Thaddeus Gray (R)

www.thadforct.com/

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire




Comptroller




Awarded for distinguished commitment, action, and advocacy on behalf of teachers and public education.

Kevin Lembo (D)

www.lemboforct.com/

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: 99.0   View PDF



Kurt Miller (R)

www.kurtforct.com/

Average Report Card Score: Not Applicable
Questionnaire Score: Did Not Return Questionnaire



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