John Pulice - Nassau School Board District 2

Published On: Oct 18 2012 03:45:21 PM EDT

Gail G. Cook and John M. Pulitce are the candidates still in the race for Nassau County School Board, District 2.   This is a non-partisan races and elected countywide.

John M. Pulice


AGE:  59
FAMILY:  Wife, Erin; daughters Brooke, 10, and Kendall, 10, Jay, 32, and Ashley, 29
OCCUPATION:  Real Estate Broker (28 years); previously high school teacher (6 years)
POLITICAL EXPERIENCE:  First time candidate
EDUCATION:  B.A. in political science from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo; fifth-year teaching credential Cal State, Fullerton

WHAT DO YOU SEE AS THE TOP THREE ISSUES IN THIS RACE?

  1. Wasteful spending
  2. Working with sheriff's office to eliminate prescription drug abuse in our schools
  3. Improve parental choices for their child's education-Improve STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education to meet employer demands in the future

HOW DO YOU THINK YOU CAN HELP VOTERS IN A WAY OTHERS IN THIS RACE CAN'T?

  • "My experience in the classroom for 6 years and business experience for 28 years gives me a unique skill set. A true fiscal conservative."

WHAT WOULD YOU HOPE TO BE REMEMBERED FOR ACCOMPLISHING AFTER SERVING IN THIS OFFICE?

  • "Putting more tax dollars into the classroom, raising SAT and ACT scores, expanding vocational education opportunities

CAMPAIGN WEBSITE:  VoteJohnPulice.com | Facebook.com/VoteJohnPulice

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