2-Question School Bond Survey

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Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?

Please only vote if you are a registered Lake Elsinore voter who intends to cast a vote.

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  • answered 2016-11-09 16:14:54 -0800
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: Schools need all the help they can get. We have great schools
  • answered 2016-11-07 09:08:42 -0800
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: THere are schools in our district that are in dire need of repairs and upgrades, for example David A Brown Middle School was built over 20 years ago. It needs many repairs and the technology and wiring needs to be upgraded so that our students can compete in the world they will be working in as adults. Many other schools need upgrades and infrastructure that will help our students.
  • answered 2016-11-07 09:03:03 -0800
    Q: Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?
    A: Yes
  • answered 2016-11-02 17:37:23 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: I do support your bond. I love this school district. I have several grandchildren in your schools.
  • answered 2016-11-01 19:23:50 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: Because I believe that education of our students is a valuable item to support. It costs very little to support, we spend more on Starbucks coffees per year lol. We need to pass this bond measure to stay competitive with our neighboring districts. Real estate sales will improve if our schools improve. Buyers look at school ratings before they buy and Murrietta and Temecula out score ours. Vote V, for victory.
  • answered 2016-11-01 19:19:56 -0700
    Q: Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?
    A: Yes
  • answered 2016-11-01 03:12:31 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: Education is important and technology needs to be a part of that nowadays.
  • answered 2016-11-01 00:15:22 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: The educational system throughout our country needs to be continually improved
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  • answered 2016-10-30 09:59:47 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: We need our students to be competitive and prepared for the future.
  • answered 2016-10-30 09:58:38 -0700
    Q: Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?
    A: Yes
  • answered 2016-10-29 23:48:19 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: I support the bond measure. The State has abandoned our area and this school bond is a way to take control of our education needs.

    There is no secret that great schools make for great cities, improved home values, and upward economic mobility for communities. The cost would equal only $19 per year for every $100,000 your home is worth.

    The measure also requires a citizen oversight committee to approve the use of funds. After analyzing the school district budget one thing is clear – this will not backfill salaries or pensions. There is no cut that the school district can make that will create room for technology and facility improvements. It’s this or we fall behind places like Perris, who passed a more aggressive measure just a few years back.

    No matter what the City does, we will never have a world class city until we have a world class school district. Waiting for Sacramento to get its house in order is a fool’s errand. We have to take measures into our own hands.
  • answered 2016-10-29 23:37:17 -0700
    Q: Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?
    A: Yes
  • answered 2016-10-29 22:19:59 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: Teachers do not simply have the responsibility to assure education expansion and our children’s safety. They’re that third median that adheres to our children’s mental, physical, and emotional status ( just as a doctor of osteopathic medicine would, only to a reasonable degree), so yes. I agree.
  • answered 2016-10-29 20:15:58 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: No
  • answered 2016-10-29 20:15:11 -0700
    Q: Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?
    A: Yes
  • answered 2016-10-29 13:30:24 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: I reject the bond measure because it’s too typical of school systems to ask for more money instead of accepting the responsibility of managing their existing funds properly. The truth is that “contemporary” educational methods are failing but people believe that the trappings are more important than the real results. California educators need to get mature and manage our educational system to actually educate kids and prepare them to be effective adults, which is different from preparing them to simply move on in school of get good test scores.
  • answered 2016-10-28 09:48:21 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: I support it, because I believe it is important to invest in our future – our future is our children. They deserve the very best and after all, they will be representing us and our community. Although I don’t drink coffee or go to Starbucks, I’m all in! I do believe it is better to manage the finances for our schools locally.
  • answered 2016-10-28 05:43:05 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: small investment in our community will support our local schools
  • answered 2016-10-28 04:15:30 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: E
  • answered 2016-10-27 21:18:39 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: they’re not using the money they currently have effectively. Why give more? ESPECIALLY with the common core CRAP!
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  • answered 2016-10-27 18:51:16 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: Money for schools is important for learning and paying for quality teachers and programmed such as Agricultre and Auto shop.
  • answered 2016-10-27 15:37:53 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: This initiative would borrow 9 BILLION in school bonds to be paid back over 35 years with principle and interest totaling 17.6 BILLION. We brought the lottery to CA and was told that our schools would never need funding again, what happened there??
  • answered 2016-10-27 13:10:43 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: My property taxes are already too high. Property tax and HOA’s & bonds along with today’s cost of housing is part of the homeless problem. Schools are already terrible due to common core & other problems & if I had young kids I’d think seriously about home schooling options.
  • answered 2016-10-27 09:58:36 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: Cause funds will not be distributed equally seen this happen before
  • answered 2016-10-27 08:20:16 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: I want to see the future of this city grow and develop in a positive way. We have the population growth and now it’s time for the facilities and projects for upgrades.
  • answered 2016-10-27 08:12:26 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: It supports our kids and schools, it’s a no brainer!
  • answered 2016-10-27 07:31:06 -0700
    Q: Do you vote "yes" or "no" for Measure V, the Elsinore school bond item?
    A: Yes
  • answered 2016-10-27 07:02:54 -0700
    Q: Why do you support or reject the school bond measure?
    A: This is a worthwhile measure for our rapidly growing city