Ask the candidates



Keep the conversation going by asking the candidates questions about arts and culture. Raise your hand at events, tweet at the candidates, email them, and pose questions on their Facebook pages about their positions on arts, culture, and creativity. 

You can pull a question from Create the Vote - Cape Cod's arts & culture questionnaire, or use one from below.

Sample questions to ask in person:

What will you do as representative to champion arts education for our youth both in our schools and in our community?

How would you grow the arts budget across the Commonwealth, and particularly on Cape Cod?

Sample posts for social media:

.[candidate handle], how have arts and culture impacted your life? #ArtsMatter #CapeCod

.[candidate handle], what will you do as representative to champion #artsed for youth both in schools & in communities? #ArtsMatter #CapeCod

.[candidate handle], how will you grow the arts budget for Massachusetts? #ArtsMatter #CapeCod

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commented 2016-07-06 13:28:26 -0400 · Flag
The arts are what civilizes us. It’s how we are able to perceive our collective history. All of the arts teach us to care about the future for our children. Active engagement is crucial to the good health of a community. Youth and children must have access within schools but also in the greater community.

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