Candidate Survey: Maureen Woodruff for Charles County Central Committee
Maureen J Woodruff
County and District
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Commercial Real Estate
Advocating for the office of Social Concerns of the Washington Archdiocese, Advocating at hearings on behalf of the Charles County Chamber of Commerce on local issues affecting Charles County.
Social Media Accounts
Facebook and LinkedIn
Why are you running for office?
To ensure progress is made and the obligations of the position are fulfilled
Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
President Trump, he is a business man who has negotiates billions of dollars in contracts in commercial real estate and who believes in the traditional values of what our country was founded on.
What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
Gettysburg, how victory was achieved with such poor means of communication.
What do you see as the role of the Central Committee?
To be a leader in the community to who other Republicans look up to.
What is the biggest issue facing your county Republican Party?
Organization and follow through
What are the three biggest issues facing the Maryland Republican Party?
A heavily populated democratic state, getting people to the polls, and helping the undecided make the decision to get out and vote to Change Maryland!
What is your position on life issues? (abortion, assisted suicide)
I am pro-life, I do not believe in euthanasia
What is your position on taxes and spending?
The Democrats love to spend and they need to be reeled in on the spending.
What is your position on gun rights?
Protect the 2nd Amendment
Do you believe that Maryland Republican Party primaries should be open to independent voters?
Do you believe that the state party and the county parties should be allowed to endorse in primary elections?
Do you believe that Maryland Republican Party auxiliary organizations should have a vote on the Maryland Republican Party executive committee?
Would you support limiting the terms of Maryland Republican Party officers to eight consecutive years in the same office?