Hawley asks residents to take legislative survey

Staff Reports Posted 26 April 2017 at 10:09 pm

13 questions cover many topics

ALBION – State Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R-Batavia) is seeking feedback from residents in his 2017 Legislative Survey.

The survey includes 13 questions, covering various topics such as economic development, minimum wage, small business reform, the DREAM Act, a Constitutional Convention, and decriminalizing marijuana.

“I am proud to once again offer an interactive survey to my constituents that allows for feedback on opinion-based questions pertaining to the most salient legislative issues facing our state,” Hawley said. “Hearing feedback, positive and negative, from those who have trusted me to represent them in Albany is the crux of what we do as elected officials, and I encourage all residents to take a couple of minutes and answer these questions. I look forward to your feedback!”

The survey begins by asking: “In your opinion, is New York State moving in the right direction or the wrong direction?”

Hawley also asks which of these should be a top priority for state government in 2017: education, job creation, ethics reform in government, lowering taxes or public safety.

To see the survey, click here.

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