Edgewater Isle South board member candidates Jane Fraser and Barbara Finnegan completed board candidate questionnaires with minimal effort. One candidate uses childlike sentences, and another does a cut-and-paste from one year to the next.
Jane Fraser exhibits minimal effort
Talk about phoning it in. Jane Fraser wants to be re-elected to the South board of directors, so Jane fills out form. Jane is brief. Look at this:
What about "good business background?" Is Jane saying that she has a "good business background?" These three words are not a complete sentence, and if Jane really did have a "good business background," she would know that a complete sentence includes a noun and a verb. Readers are left to infer who exactly has a "good business background," but since this is Jane's candidacy form, we'll assume she's trying to say that she has a "good business background." Perhaps she does, but this attempt at a sentence really leaves us wondering, "how good are her communications skills?"
Barbara Finnegan uses “cut and paste”
Barbara Finnegan barely changes her candidate statement from year to year. Including repeating the same typographical errors.
2004 candidate statement
2008 candidate statement
2010 candidate statement