(LAPORTE, IN) - The new Indiana legislative survey is out, asking Hoosiers their opinions on bills that will likely be in front of lawmakers in the upcoming year. One of the questions involves whether school board candidates should declare a political party affiliation to run for office.
The survey question states: "Currently, candidates are not required to identify their political affiliations when running to serve on their local school board. Would you support greater election transparency by requiring candidates for these positions to declare their party affiliation?
In this episode of SOUND OFF, we asked our listeners: should the Indiana school board elections become partisan? Listen to the full episode below:
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