2012 Provincial Election – Candidate Surveys

Posted by on Mar 13, 2012 in ArtsVote Initiatives, Blog, Provincial News, Voting for the Arts | 0 comments

In preparation for the 2012 Alberta General Election, ArtsVote Calgary has sent surveys to the provincial parties, all of the candidates for Calgary ridings, and all of the senate candidates. See below for their responses.


PARTIES

We asked political parties to respond to the following questions:

  1. What is your arts platform?
  2. What do you believe is the province’s role in fostering the arts?
  3. What do you believe is the role of the arts in education?
  4. What plans do you have to provide provincial funding and/or encourage private funding for the arts?
  5. Any other comments?
Click here to see the parties’ responses.

MLA CANDIDATES

We asked the MLA candidates in Calgary ridings to respond to the following questions:

  1. What has been your favourite experience with the arts in your constituency (or in Calgary/your city)?
  2. What do you value most about the arts?
  3. What do you think is the greatest need regarding the arts in your constituency? How do you plan to address this need?
  4. Any other comments?
Please choose from the options below to see MLA candidate responses from each party:

MLA Candidate survey responses will be posted here as received, so check back often!


SENATE CANDIDATES

We asked Senate candidates to respond to the following questions:

1. What has been your favourite experience with the arts in Alberta?
2. How is the role of Senator relevant to arts and culture in Alberta?
3. If appointed to the Senate, how will you advance Alberta arts and culture?
4. Any other comments?

Click here to see the Senate candidates’ responses.

Senate Candidate survey responses will be posted here as received so check back often!

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