Have you communicated with your candidates about arts, arts education, and culture?
2016 Florida Legislative Candidates' Survey on Arts & Culture
is a tool to help
focus Florida arts and culture advocates on
four key issues
that matter to the future of our industry;
you provide information about these four key arts and culture issues to your candidates who are running to serve in either the Florida House or Florida Senate -- share with them that these
matter to you and that you ask them to please take some time to review the
information and quickly respond to the survey; and
demonstrate that there are many people throughout Florida paying attention and are engaged in this year's election.
It's not too late to ask your candidates running for the Florida House or Florida Senate to review these four arts, arts education, and culture issues. Ask them to please complete the easy-online survey.
Follow these simple steps:
1. Did your candidate/s respond to survey?
If they did, read their responses and send them a thank you email/note. Begin to build a relationship with them.
2. Share and Ask:
Send a quick email or mail a note to your candidates running for either the Florida House or Senate regarding these four issues and the Florida Legislative Candidates' Survey.
3. Candidate-Contact Information:
Candidates' emails and addresses are listed below :
4. What to ask:
If there is no email address listed above in the linked documents for any of your candidates, note that there is an address listed. Email or mail this week a quick note to let your candidate/s know that these issues matter to you and others in their communities. Let them know that you want to share information about these four arts and culture issues with them, and that you would appreciate them completing this easy-online survey that can be found at this link:
Thank them; wish them well in their campaigns; and let them know that you look forward to working with them on issues that matter to you and others in their communities.
Thank you for your advocacy efforts
to advance arts, arts education, and culture.
Your voice matters.