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N.C. Senate (District 35)

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  • Todd Johnson
    (Rep)

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    Caroline L. Walker
    (Dem)

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What are your top 2 priorities for action in the General Assembly? (40 words maximum)

Should the NC legislature take action to raise the state minimum wage and also promote pay equity across race and gender for the same job – or should these be left to businesses? (30 words maximum)

What is the best way to handle the redistricting process after the 2020 Census? (30 words maximum)

What are 2 priority actions for the state to improve K-12 public education? (30 words maximum)

Should NC municipalities have the authority to create police-community review boards with subpoena, investigative and disciplinary powers? (briefly respond in 15 words maximum)

Explain your position on off-shore drilling for North Carolina. (briefly respond in 15 words maximum)

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Experience (35 words max) Caroline has an undergraduate in Business, a Masters in Organizational Leadership and 15+ years of experience as a teacher and small business owner. Caroline has spent the last several years helping governments improve efficiency and transparency.
3 favorite endorsements for this election Planned Parenthood and North Carolina Association of Educators. Also received Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction.
Make education a priority again and return our schools to being among the best with improved budgeting, per-pupil spending and teacher resources. Work for the equality of the people with bipartisan legislation, judicial systems, voting policies and impartial redistricting.
While it is important to leave many decisions up to business owners and allow them flexibility, there must be a level of basic protections for hard-working citizens. This means a living wage and policies that promote equality and equity.
Change our partisan redistricting history with evidence-based, fair and impartial redistricting by an independent body that ensures that every North Carolinian has an equal voice and an equal vote.
Raise per-pupil spending from being one of the lowest in the nation while addressing related district inequities. Address the growing teacher shortage through improved teacher recruitment, retention and support.
It must be a fair, flexible, dedicated and nonpartisan system that fits the local situation and unique needs.
Offshore drilling is dangerous for our $3.4 billion in tourism, 35,000 jobs and beautiful coastline.