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Carrie Ford, a graduate of both Rutgers University and Rutgers Law School, has worked in both private practice and in corporate law for a human resources management software and services company. She and her wife Christina were the first same-sex couple to apply to be legally married in Verona, and they have two young children. Ford has advocated, pro bono, for victims of domestic violence.
Carrie Ford’s responses to MyVeronaNJ.com candidate questions:
- Question 1: What do you consider to be the major issue facing Verona and what would you do about it if elected?
- Question 2: Name one Verona ordinance or regulation that should be eliminated and why.
- Question 3: What has been your most rewarding volunteer service experience, in or out of Verona, and why?
- Question 4: What question do you find yourself being asked most frequently by prospective voters and how do you handle it?
- Question 5: Speeding is a quality of life problem on many Verona streets. How would you appeal to your fellow Verona residents to get them to slow down?
- Question 6: What is the appropriate staffing level for a town like Verona and what would you do to get us there?