As the State Legislature continues working through its 2004 Session, it is of great importance for me to know the special concerns of the people in our District. I would be most grateful if you would take a few moments to complete the following survey. Your responses will greatly assist me. Thank you in advance for your time and input.

    Respondent I Respondent II
    Yes No Yes No
Has public education improved since Michael Bloomberg became Mayor?
Is the smoking ban in restaurants and bars a good thing?
Should gay and lesbians be able to marry in the same way as heterosexual couples?
Do you support term limits for all elected public officials?
Should we limit spending on political campaigns by enacting Public Campaign Financing?
Should government enact more tax cuts even if it means cutting city and state services?
Do you feel safer on the streets than you did ten years ago?
Should government reimburse parents who send their children to private or parochial schools?
Has subway and bus service improved during the past ten years?


  Respondent I Respondent II
  Good Fair Poor Good Fair Poor
President George W. Bush
Senator Charles Schumer
Senator Hillary Clinton
Governor George Pataki
Attorney General Eliot Spitzer
State Comptroller Alan Hevesi
Mayor Michael Bloomberg
Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum
NYC Comptroller Bill Thompson
Congressman Gregory Meeks
Assemblywoman Michele Titus

Mail form to:
Assemblymember Michele R. Titus
Room 834 LOB
Albany, NY 12248-0001