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LWV League of Women Voters of California
Los Angeles County, CA November 4, 2003 Election
 Smart Voter Bill Wiese

Candidate for
Governing Board Member; Claremont Unified School District

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Sales Management
  • Claremont Community Services Commission
  • Member, Claremont Facilites Needs Task Force
  • Claremont Little League Board of Directors, Coach, and Committee Member
  • Claremont Sports Committee, Past Chair
  • Claremont United Church of Christ Deacon; Finance, and Endowment Committees
  • BA and MBA, Michigan State University
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Pursue genuine improvement; rising test scores are evidence of success. The kids come first!
  • Protect critical class-size reduction and the intra-district transfer system. The kids come first!
  • Educational oversight and fiscal leadership for the critical and challenging times we face. The kids come first!
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Key Endorsements
  • "Fresh...informed, caring, and balanced perspective..." --Butch Henderson
  • "...Important oversight that our children deserve!" --Jess Swick
  • "Bill is not afraid to ask the hard questions..." --Jackie McHenry
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Position Papers
An MBA View of Fiscally Responsible Management
At a recent community candidate forum, Bill Wiese gave his impressions of attending a School Board-District Staff workshop on "Fiscally Responsible Management". Many members of the community have asked for copies of his remarks.
Community and Leadership
Bill Wiese reflects on his passion for education and schools, their importance to the Claremont community, his understanding of the need for constant striving, and the biography he brings to the task.
With all of the Challenges, Reduced Class Size is Key
With the reality of lower funding upon the school district, Bill provides an outline of the approach he would take to "do more with less". He is positive in his outlook and specific with his plan to reduce class size: this is the single most important and effective step that can be taken to improve kids' education.
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