2017 Legislative Survey

December 13, 2017

Dear Fellow New Yorker,

Please complete this legislative survey and let me know what truly matters most to you. Together we can work to make the 120th Assembly District a better place during the 2018 Legislative Session!

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1.
What do you think our biggest challenge is locally?
2.
Conversely, what is best about our community?
3.
How would you rate the local economy?

Very Good
Good
Poor
Very Poor
Undecided
4.
How would you rate New York State’s economy?

Very Good
Good
Poor
Very Poor
Undecided
5.
Do you support state spending reductions in any of the following areas?

Agriculture
Crime and Corrections
Economic Development
Education
Environmental Protection
Health Care
Social Services
6.
Drugs are a major issue for communities across New York State. Do you support legislation that would allow drug dealers to be charged with homicide if they sell drugs to an individual who dies as a result of an overdose?

Yes
No
Undecided/Need More information
7.
Do you support legislation that would add synthetic drugs, such as Spike, to the controlled substance list, thereby making it a crime to sell or use them?

Yes
No
Undecided/Need more information
8.
Currently, the crime of Endangering the Welfare of a Child is only a misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of less than a year in jail. Because it is a misdemeanor, there are no escalating penalties for those who are repeat offenders. Would you be in support of creating a felony category for this crime?

Yes
No
Undecided/Need more information
9.
Legislation has been introduced that would allow medically-assisted suicide for terminally ill adults. Do you support legislation that would allow doctor-assisted suicide for the terminally ill?

Yes
No
Undecided/Need more information
10.
Which of the following answers represents your view on the SAFE Act?

Repeal all
Repeal certain sections
Keep it
Undecided/Need more information
11.
There is legislation creating single-payer (government sponsored) health care in New York State. Many supporters of the bill say this proposal would lead to better care and cost savings. Opponents cite the exact opposite, claiming that the cost would be unsustainable and health care would suffer. Do you think New York should implement single-payer healthcare?

Yes
No
Undecided/Need more information
12.
What do you believe New York needs to do to create more private-sector jobs in New York?

Reduce taxes and regulations on businesses
Provide more career training funding for workforce development
Continue awarding grants to select businesses through the Regional Economic Development Competitions
Create additional government programs to help businesses create jobs
Do nothing and let the private sector create jobs
13.
Which of the following are you most concerned about?

Health care
School funding
Reducing state and local taxes
Energy policy
Funding for infrastructure- roads, bridges, water/sewer
Assistance for small businesses
Welfare reform
Creating private sector jobs
Programs for veterans
Funding for Temporary Assistance programs
Are there any issues not listed here that are important to you?
14.
What is one state issue that I can focus on to improve your everyday quality of life?
15.
Were you impacted by this year’s high Lake Ontario water levels? If yes, did you seek funding from the state?

Yes
No
Comment:
16.
How was your experience applying for assistance?
17.
Additional questions, comments, or concerns.