Candidate Survey: Janice Dymowski for State Senate, District 6
Office Sought and District
Senate – District 6
BS – Hood College, Frederick MD
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Marketing, Business owner – Chesapeake Realty Investors, Inc.
Active in politics, volunteer in numerous local and national campaigns.
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Janice Dymowski Maryland Senate 2018
Why are you running for office?
Because the constituents in my district deserve a representative who can fight for them and the conservative issues that are important.
Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
Donald Trump. He is not afraid to tackle the important issues no matter how difficult they seem. He is anti-establishment and really does want to change the status-quo. The political establishment in both parties have let us down.
What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
The Conscience of a Conservative – Barry Goldwater Because it started a political revolution that led to Ronal Regan.
What will be your top priority in the General Assembly?
Fighting for my constituents, reducing the size of government, friendly business regulations.
What is the biggest issue facing your district?
Ending Section 8 and bringing in jobs – the resurgence of Sparrows Point.
What are the three biggest issues facing Maryland?
The government continues to be too large. Taxes too high. Business regulations too stringent.
What is your position on life issues? (abortion, assisted suicide)
Pro-choice but with stringent limitations. Support assisted suicide bill put into the general assembly.
What is your position on taxes and spending?
Too much of each.
What is your position on gun rights?
I support the second amendment – totally.
What is your position on education?
We are spending too much on public education without adequate accountability.
What is your position on the legalization of marijuana?
I support it.
What is your position on the current three-tiered system for the sale and distribution of alcohol?
It’s a bureaucratic mess. Bring in the free market and leave the government out.
Legislators can receive $101 per day for lodging and $47 per day for meals during the 90-day General Assembly session. If elected, do you plan to accept these benefits? Why or why not?
Ordinarily I would return home but on occasion; if sessions run late I would stay in Annapolis.
There is a culture of depravity and sexual harassment prevalent in the Maryland General Assembly. As a legislator, how will you work to end this culture of depravity and to ensure that those who commit these acts are removed from the General Assembly?
What is needed is complete transparency and hold individuals accountable for their own actions.