Education and Advocacy
2020 August Primary Election Winners Respondents
regarding ARTS and ARTS EDUCATION
to inform and educate those who can help the arts and
arts education thrive in Missouri
A collaborative research survey venture in September of 2020 between MAAE and Missouri Citizens for the Arts asked 244 primary election winners to respond to a survey regarding their attitudes toward the arts and arts education. We received responses from those candidates listed below. Click the link below to see a PDF report for each candidate listed.
2020 Primary Winners
who responded to the MAAE - MCA survey
Click the links below to see a PDF report for each candidate listed.
80% of respondents identified themselves as members of the Democrat Party, 16.9% identified as Republican party. The remainder identified themselves as Libertarian.
90% stated a belief that state government has a role to play in arts infrastructure.
98% believe the arts have social and economic value.
80% voices support for increased arts funding.
While 92.3% stated their willingness to support arts instruction to benefit students and aid workforce development.
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MAAE Partners in Advocacy
- Kyna Iman, MAAE legislative liaison firstname.lastname@example.org
- AFTA-Americans for the Arts
- AEP-Arts Education Partnership
- MCA-Missouri Citizens for the Arts
- MACAA-Missouri Association of Community Arts Agencies
- MMEA -Missouri Music Educators Association
- NASAA -National Assembly of State Arts Agencies
- NAMM-National Association of Music Merchants
Candidates by Name Abundis, Vic
Candidates by office/district
House District 15 Maggie Nurrenbern
House District 16 Kansas City James Shackelford
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Fine Arts Education Day.