While I can not vouch for his specific feelings were on the issues surrounding our PUBLIC HEARING, I do have a feeling what they are from talking with him. I'll leave them to him to express personally.
What I WILL SAY is that he was there at least apprising himself of the concerns of parents. Should he be elected while he won't deal directly with the classroom, the decisions he will have to make will have grave impacts on education.
It was a relatively big crowd and I was preoccupied so I didn't really pay attention. Were any other of the candidates for the 10th Essex District for State Representative there. Education requires that you show up.