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Candidate Survey: John P. Quinn for Worcester County Orphan’s Court Judge

Name
John P. Quinn

Age
77

Office Sought and District
Judge of the Orphans Court

Education
Master Degree – Legal &Ethical studies

Career/Occupation
Real Estate

Political Experience
past court of appeals, candidate for house and senate, State Central Committee

Website
johnquinn.oc@gmail.com

Social Media Accounts
No answer

Why are you running for office?
To server the people of Worcester Co. in this important service at time families need to have assistance with wills of there deceased.

Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
Reagon; great communicator, listen, ethical, and a decision maker.

What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
most recently, Ted Kennedy – a survivor, knowledge of political action though I disagree with meny of his views, he served to the end of his life.

What will be your top priority in elected to this position?
Public service for families during the difficult time of their life.

What is the biggest issue facing your county?
Ethics within the political system of government regarding the actions to serve their constituents once elected to office.. .

What is your position on taxes and spending?
Control…disclosure of where money is spent and why.

What is your position on a county tax cap?
Not practical, makes politicians instance liers after elected to fund project and deal with emergencies.

What is your position on land use issues?
Land use for government use must be a last resort in serving political favors.

What is your position on public safety?
Make practical decisions to deal with crime and be firm in enforcement.






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