Red Maryland Candidate Survey: Bill Doston for Republican National Convention Delegate, District 5
William John Dotson
Are you listed on the ballot as a pledged delegate?
Yes, pledged to President Trump
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Do you intend to actually attend the Republican National Convention?
High School 1 year of college and 30 years of continuing education!
I ran for MD State Senate I was Chairman of Charles County Republican Central Committee I worked on Kathy Szeliga for US Senate
Social Media Accounts
Bill Dotson on FB
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Why are you running to be a convention delegate?
To help reelect Donald Trump!!
Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
Governor Larry Hogan A fiscal Conservative who works in a Democratic State and delivers results
What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
Our Lost Constitution by Senator Mike Lee This books explains why we need to return to article 1 of the Constitution
What do you see as the role of a Convention Delegate?
to work with the State party to pledge Maryland’s Delegates to the parties nominee
What are the three biggest issues facing the Republican Party?
Creating a larger tent to bring in minorities into the Republican Party. To bring in YOUTH to the party and convince American workers that the GOP is the party that supports American workers.
What is the most important lesson you learned from the 2018 Election?
Sometimes you ride a wave, sometimes the wave knocks you flat on your back
What is your position on life issues? (abortion, assisted suicide)
What is your position on taxes and spending?
I am a fiscal Conservative
What is your position on gun rights?
I am PRO 2A
Do you believe that it was appropriate for the Republican National Committee to take sides in a primary election?
Should Maryland Republican Party officers (Chairman, National Committeeman, National Committeewoman, etc.) be term-limited to eight years in office?