Red Maryland Pre-Session Survey: Robin Grammer
What is your top legislative priority for the 2018 General Assembly Session?
Supporting Governor Hogan’s initiatives to hold criminals accountable and keep violent criminals off of the street.
What are some of your other legislative priorities for the 2018 General Assembly Session?
Procurement reform, developer accountability, Board of Education roll call votes in Baltimore County, Baltimore County Board of Education audit, legalize video game competitive tournaments.
What concerns you the most about the 2018 General Assembly Session?
The section 8 mandate bill and the sanctuary state bill. The possibility that the majority party will kill our efforts to hold violent criminals accountable.
What are your budget priorities for the 2018 General Assembly Session?
Less spending, no more subsidies for developers.
What are your local projects or bills of local interest will you be introducing or supporting during the 2018 General Assembly Session?
Board of Education roll call votes in Baltimore County, Baltimore County Board of Education audit.
What are your thoughts on Governor Hogan’s paid sick leave proposal?
I don’t support Government mandated paid sick leave. 85% of businesses already provide some sort of paid sick leave and any coerced program will be another massive mandate on the small businesses that operate with special circumstances.
What did you do on behalf of or in support of of Republican candidates or the Republican Party in 2017?
Helped several candidates plan for 2018.
What has been your biggest accomplishment as a legislator in the first three years of this term?
Protecting a vocational program in my district from the over reach of state government (The JAVA Act).
If you are running for re-election or for another office, why should your constituents continue to support you?
I represent the values of my district, I give every person a seat at the table and I do my best to provide top notch constituent services.