The Culver City Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday announced its two endorsements for November's Culver City Board of Education elections.
After holding a "meet the candidate" forum in which all seven candidates were asked a series of four questions, the Chamber decided to endorse Sue Robins and Steve Levin for the Board of Education.
"Sue Robins and Steve Levin showed knowledge of the issues by their distinct and forward-looking answers," Culver City Chamber Chair Michael Hamill said in a news release. "The forum allowed the chamber board to hear the candidates answer questions that were needed to be answered by the candidates so we could hear from them directly on their views of 21st century education for the students of Culver City."
To receive the Chamber's endorsement, both Robins and Levin had to receive a majority vote from the board members in attendance at the candidate forum.
During the forum, all seven candidates received the same set of four questions with two questions given out a day prior. Questions covered a broad area of board and education policy, the Chamber said.