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Granville County Board of Commissioners (District 6)

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  • Tim Karan
    (Rep)

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    LaHoma Smith Romocki
    (Dem)

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What are your top 2 or 3 priorities for action on the Commission? (40 words max)

What policies should the county pursue to improve the affordability of housing? (30 words max)

What policies should be pursued to promote job development and equal employment opportunities? (30 words max)

What is your stance on the county’s current or future collaboration with federal immigration enforcement? (30 words max)

How will you ensure community transparency and accountability for the Sheriff's Department? (30 words max)

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Experience (35 words max) I am an educator and public health specialist who works everyday to train a strong, diverse 21st century health workforce. I have a proven record of working to improve the community’s health and safety.
3 favorite endorsements for this election Granville County Democratic Party
Increase support for quality public schools; Address lingering suspicions about water quality in Granville county and stop band-aid approaches with SGWASA; Create more opportunities for residents to spend more of their leisure/recreational time closer
Granville county is probably more affordable than neighboring counties (Durham, Wake). However our county needs to ensure that housing prices cover needed resources for streets, schools and services.

Strengthen local workforce through education and training to fill the many vacant positions which already exist in the county. Provide greater support for those with disabilities and access to transportation.
Hire a diverse workforce with language skills. Provide ready access to immediate language translation services for those who are detained. Support keeping families together and ensure fair legal process.
Engage with/monitor staff/ supplies. Visit jails. Solicit feedback from residents, legal and judicial officials. Compare stats with neighboring counties. Advocate for fair and equitable treatment for all.