Candidate Survey: Marc Uncapher for Montgomery County Central Committee At-Large

Mark Uncapher

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County and District
Montgomery County At-Large

BA, George Washington University; JD, New York Law School

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Attorney, Trade Association Executive

Political Experience
Currently MDGOP Secretary & MCGOP Chairman

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Why are you running for office?
to continue the work of party building for the MDGOP & MCGOP

Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
Ronald Reagan

What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln effectively harnessed the talents of a diverse group of Republicans, who while they did not agree on many things, all shared a common commitment to the fundamentals.

What do you see as the role of the Central Committee?
to provide Republican candidates with an electoral infrastructure

What is the biggest issue facing your county Republican Party?
Overcoming Montgomery County’s demographics

What are the three biggest issues facing the Maryland Republican Party?
Winning elections by recruiting strong candidates and providing those candidates with the infrastructure and resources to wage competitive campaigns

What is your position on life issues? (abortion, assisted suicide)
support protecting the most vulnerable in society and respecting the sanctity of life

What is your position on taxes and spending?
support a limited and restrained government

What is your position on gun rights?
strongly support the second 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?

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