Below you will find the names and rankings of the
candidates who, as of Oct. 14, 2007, have completed and returned
a "CFABA.ORG Candidate Questionnaire ™"
for General Election cycle.
Click on their names below to see their completed Questionnaire's.
(We are updating this list continually - so check back for updates.)
Candidate Questionnaire's and Ranking's™
Last Updated Oct. 15, 2007
| Cynthia Hamill
||Wilsona School District
Governing Board Member
NP= Non Partisian Race; (D) = Democrat; (G) = Green;
(L) = Libertarian; (P) = Peace and Freedom; (R) = Republican.
Ranking: The ranking shows how candidates stacked up to our endorsement standards. 100% means they agreed with us 100% on all 39 questions we asked in our questionnaire.
Candidates with 100% are the only ones that can move forward in our endorsement process. While there are more steps to our endorsement process this is the first and biggest step. A score of less then 100% means that we disagreed on one or more
questions and we can not endorse the candidate. See the attached, Letter to (Candidate Name) - Re: No Endorsement, for a list of questions that were inconsistent with our endorsement standards.
The instructions and FAQ's used in this cycle can be found at Archived Copy - CFABA.ORG Candidate Questionnaire™ Introduction and Instructions for the Nov. 6, 2007 Election
Endorsements: Completing our "CFABA.ORG Candidate Questionnaire's"™ is the first step in our endorsement process. Candidates who receive 100% are sent our Background Check Form™, after we get that back they
are sent a form authorizing us to say nice things about them, that we want to say. Only after reciving both these forms back signed properly will we endorse a candidate.
Endorsed candidates appear on the Good Guys List™ on our website and in a news release announcing our endorsements which is e-mailed to our "Commentaries And News Releases List"™.
We have endorsed candidates as late as the day before an election so check back often to see if there are any updates. We have very high endorsement standards, that is why we can say with confidence...
Party/Office: It was requested that we add Party and Office information so it would be easier to find Candidates on primary ballots, so we now request that information on the questionnaire but it is
More: For more information about our endorsement process see CFABA.ORG Candidate Questionnaire™ Introduction and Instructions. which has the current
FAQ's about the process in more detail. For a sample of our BACKGROUND CHECK FORM™ see (sample from 2004).