The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that works to promote political responsibility through active, informed participation of all citizens in their government. The League neither supports nor opposes any political party or candidate, but it does try to provide voters with the information they need to make good choices at the polls.

The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that works to promote political responsibility through active, informed participation of all citizens in their government. The League neither supports nor opposes any political party or candidate, but it does try to provide voters with the information they need to make good choices at the polls.


With that in mind, the League of Women Voters of Grayson County asked the four people seeking a spot on the Sherman City Council a set of questions. Each candidate was given a specific number of words with which to answer the questions. Some answers are truncated because the answer exceeded the word limit set by the League.


The questions and the answers appear in today’s paper along with the a photo of each candidate. The answers have not be edited by the Herald Democrat in any way.


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LWVG — Lawrence Davis, candidate for Sherman City Council, District 1


LWVG — Steven Ingram, candidate for Sherman City Council, District 1


LWVG — Jim Travis, candidate Sherman City Council, District 3


LWVG — Tom Watt, candidate for Sherman City Council, District 3