Andover Townsman, Andover, MA

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November 1, 2012

In Andover senate race, one current legislator will be out of power

Adams, Finegold face off Nov. 6

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What piece of legislation during the last term are you most proud of writing or sponsoring? Why?

I filed and co-sponsored legislation and budget amendments on financial literacy. The Financial Literacy pilot program was included in the budget and will bring finance-based lessons to public schools in 10 Gateway Cities next fall. This is an initiative started by my predecessor Sue Tucker, and I was able to get it done.

In a nutshell, what makes you a better candidate than your opponent?

I am a consistent and respected voice for Andover in the Senate. I am trustworthy and honest about my intentions and votes. I am working hard and getting the job done for the town.

Is the current ratio of state education aid to Andover schools appropriate? Finegold: YES Adams: NO Is the current ratio of state education aid to Lawrence schools appropriate? Finegold: YES Adams: NO Would you roll back state sales taxes to the 5 percent level during this next term? Finegold: UNDECIDED Adams: YES Would you consider increasing state taxes during the next term? Finegold: NO Adams: NO Can you see yourself rolling back state sales taxes to 5 percent any time in the next 10 years? Finegold: YES Adams: YES Have EBT card reforms done enough? Finegold: NO Adams: NO

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