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Candidate Survey: Michael Malone for Delegate, District 33

Name
Michael Malone

Age
50

Office Sought and District
House of Delegates (District 33)

Education
1988 B.S. Accounting
1989 M.S. Industrial and Labor Relations
1992 Juris Doctorate

Career/Occupation
Small Business Owner and Attorney

Political Experience
1998 – campaign manager for Richard Trunnell, Republican Nominee for State’s Attorney
2003-2004 – Anne Arundel County GOP Chair
2015-Present – Maryland House of Delegates (Appointed by Governor Hogan)

Website
www.malonefordelegate.com

Social Media Accounts
Facebook: Michael Malone

Why are you running for office?
As a conservative, pro-life, limited government, stop wasteful spending Republican, I want to continue my efforts to make Maryland a true two-party state where a conservative voice can be better heard

Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
Councilman Bert Rice – a true statesman

What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer
Great columns about the Reagan years

What will be your top priority in the General Assembly?
Ending political gerrymandering in Maryland

What is the biggest issue facing your district?
Traffic

What are the three biggest issues facing Maryland?
– political gerrymandering
– high taxes
– spending mandates

What is your position on life issues? (abortion, assisted suicide)
I am pro-life and against assisted suicide

What is your position on taxes and spending?
Maryland taxes are too high and we have too much mandated spending

What is your position on gun rights?
I support the 2nd Amendment rights

What is your position on education?
Our new elected school will give the citizens a better voice on public education

What is your position on the legalization of marijuana?
Against recreational use legalization

What is your position on the current three-tiered system for the sale and distribution of alcohol?
For now, its working

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?
I have never accepted the meal or lodging allowance. I return home every night and hope to have a late dinner with my family

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?
I support a zero tolerance for sexual harassment






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