The Facebook group Republicans for Glenda Ritz has posted its thoughts on the upcoming state house and senate races.
Regarding District 22 they state, “David Kolbe, an attorney, has made support of public education a priority, as quoted in article by Tim Ashley in Kosciusko’s Free Digital Newspaper: ‘We need to ensure schools are sufficiently funded such that we have all available resources to educate our children. I will support legislation that properly funds schools and I am opposed to the voucher program which takes monies from schools.’ Neither Republican Curt Nisly nor Libertarian Michael Stinfer has taken this position in support of public education and in opposition to vouchers. Clearly, Kolbe deserves the support of public school advocates.”
Voters who wish a more in depth review of where the three candidates stand on educational issues are encouraged to view their responses to the survey performed by the Warsaw Community Education Association at http://wceanet.net/. Note that one candidate, Nisly, did not turn in the survey.