Campaign Questionnaires

In every election, unions and organizations ask candidates for their views on a wide range of issues -- from education, to LGBTQ issues, Transportation, the Envionment, and everything in between. 

This page provides access to Kent's completed questionnaire responses so you can also quickly see where he stands on some of the most important issues facing the District of Columbia today.

 

​AFRO-American Newspapers

(Read Kent's responses to the Afro Questionnaire here)

The Afro-American has crusaded for racial equality and economic advancement for Black Americans for 125 years. The Afro-American rose to national prominence while under the editorial control of Carl Murphy. The Afro-American’s status as a black paper circulating in several predominantly black communities endowed it with the ability to profoundly affect social change on a national scale.

 

ACLU of DC

(Read Kent's responses to the ACLU Questionnaire here)‏

This questionnaire on Criminal Justice Issues was developed by the ACLU-DC, CARECEN, HIPS, Many Languages One Voice, No Justice No Pride, Stop Police Terror Project-DC, and Trans United Fund.

 

All Walks DC

(Read Kent's responses to All Walks DC Questionnaire here)

(Read Kent's Statement to All Walks DC Questionnaire here)

All Walks DC advocates for citywide solutions to make the District of Columbia a place where walking is celebrated and respected as a basic human right. Everyone is a pedestrian. Walking is the most universal and accessible mode of travel in DC and is essential to quality of life. Our top priority is safety. All Walks DC believes we can create a city where there are zero pedestrian injuries or fatalities through changes not just to our infrastructure but also to our shared culture around how we live and move in the city. We seek to engage our elected officials, agency leaders, and police to join us in building a sense of urgency on behalf of the safety and convenience of pedestrians.

 

​Caribbean American Political Action Committee

(Read Kent's responses to the Caribbean American Political Action Committee Questionnaire here)

The Caribbean American Political Action Committee (C-PAC) was founded in November 2005 to advance the political agenda of Caribbean-Americans currently residing in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area (Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia). C-PAC’s overarching mission is to be the political voice of the Metropolitan area’s vibrant and growing Caribbean-American community.

 

​DC for Democracy

(Read Kent's responses to the DC for Democracy here)

DC for Democracy wants a world where every person has a voice and plays an active part in making the community more inclusive, democratic, and just. They organize, educate, advocate, and campaign so that ordinary people are empowered to take meaningful action to build that world.

 

​DC Sierra Club

(Read Kent's responses to the DC Sierra Club Questionnaire here)

For over 40 years, the D.C. Chapter of the Sierra Club has worked successfully to protect and improve the environment in the Nation's capital. It is a volunteer-driven Chapter and depends on the help of local Sierra Club members and activists to make an impact.

 

​GLAA (Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance)

(Read Kent's responses to the GLAA Questionnaire here)

GLAA lobbies the D.C. Council; monitors government agencies; educates and rates local candidates; and works in coalitions to defend the safety, health and equal rights of LGBTQ families. GLAA remains the nation’s oldest continuously active gay and lesbian civil rights organization.

 

​Greater Greater Washington

(Read Kent's responses to the Greater Greater Washington Questionnaire here)

Greater Greater Washington is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization that brings people together online and offline to discuss, organize, and advocate for an inclusive, diverse, growing Washington, DC region where all people can choose to live in walkable urban communities. GGWash believes people want to live and work in places with sidewalks, bike lanes, and frequent transit; with grocery stores, parks, and plenty of housing choices at attainable prices; that is accessible and welcoming to people of all income levels and backgrounds.

 

​Jews United for Justice Campaign Fund

(Read Kent's responses to the JUFJ Questionnaire here)

The Jews United for Justice Campaign Fund is a grassroots community organization that is working towards a District of Columbia where everyone has what they need to live and thrive, where all our residents live in dignity and have a voice in democracy, and where our government focuses on the well-being of all residents and in particular the needs of those who are most vulnerable. The JUFJ Campaign Fund is the sister organization to JUFJ, which has a 20 year history of community engagement in the District.

 

Metro Washington Council AFL-CIO

(Read Kent's responses to the AFL-CIO here)

As the voice of working people in local communities across the United States, the AFL-CIO Central Labor Councils are the heart of the American labor movement.The Metropolitan Washington Council is proud to be at the forefront of this movement, working with nearly 200 affiliated union locals and our community, religious, student and political allies to improve the lives of workers and their families throughout the greater metro Washington area. 

 

​Washington Teachers' Union

(Read Kent's responses to the Washington Teachers' Union Questionnaire here)

The Washington Teachers' Union represents more than 5,000 active and retired teachers in Washington D.C. WTU is dedicated to social and educational justice for the students of the District of Columbia and to improving the quality of support, resources, compensation and working conditions for the public servants and proud teachers who educate our students in D.C. Public Schools.

 

 

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