danielle hornberger

Red Maryland Candidate Survey: Danielle Hornberger for Republican National Convention Delegate, District 1

Name
Danielle Hornberger

Age
39

Office Sought
Delegate

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?
Yes

County
Cecil

Education
College of Southern MD

Career/Occupation
Congressional Liaison

Political Experience
Actively attend, set up, manage and recruit donors for various Republican fundraisers throughout the state ‘14-present; Cecil County Republican Club online Marketing’16-‘17; Campaign for federal state and local Republicans (Gubernatorial and Presidential cycles ‘14-‘20) Cecil County Chair for Kathy Szeliga for Senate ‘16, Congressman Andy Harris’14, ‘16, ‘18, ‘20, Craig Wolf for Attorney General ‘18, Governor Larry Hogan Door Knocking Team ‘14, ‘18; Campaign for Donald Trump ‘16 Primary and General Elections; Cecil County for Trump Co-Chair; Organize Cecil County bus trip to Hershey PA Trump Rally ‘19 Participate in parades, county fairs and other events to bolster Republican ticket throughout MD, work with Central Committee to manage signage over the last three election cycles

Website
DanielleHornberger.com

Social Media Accounts
fb: Danielle Hornberger; Hornberger4Cecil

Why are you running to be a convention delegate?
I believe in our president. He has cut red tape, made improvements in nearly every area, and does what he says. He is the a-typical politician and we need more leaders that lead by example- standing up for 2nd amendment rights, right to life and being bold enough to stand up to other countries and even what is “politically correct” in our own country. Promises made, promises kept.

Who do you consider your political role model, and why?
Donald Trump at the National level, my husband, Kevin Hornberger at the state level. Under President Donald Trump we have seen incredible job growth, record highs for the stock market, and many good things for our country- but I think what I value most is his willingness to be himself, to not be politically correct- to stand by his principals such as being the first President to speak at March for Life. I hold this ideal of being true to yourself and your principals as paramount to anything else. My father always said, “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.”

My husband is the same, as a MD state delegate, he votes his conscience. There are times I challenge him on a particular vote, and after he explains why he voted that way- I know he fully read and understood the bill- and voted his conscience. He voted what was best for all- not for a political ends to a means.

What is your favorite book about politics and policy, and why?
Conscience of a Conservative by Sam Goldwater-

Even tho it was written years ago, one of the biggest things he argued about was spending all our resources on liberal education policy and indoctrination of our children and that is one of the biggest issues we are facing in MD right now

What do you see as the role of a Convention Delegate?
To make the voices of CD-01 heard. There are a
lot of Trump supporters in MD even though we are in a purple state.

What are the three biggest issues facing the Republican Party?
Fake News, Liberals highjacking our educational system, the deep state

What is the most important lesson you learned from the 2018 Election?
We need to protect our incumbents as well as going on the offensive.

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?
Cut taxes;end wasteful spending

What is your position on gun rights?
Pro-2A- Shall issue-concealed carry

Do you believe that it was appropriate for the Republican National Committee to take sides in a primary election?
Yes

Should Maryland Republican Party officers (Chairman, National Committeeman, National Committeewoman, etc.) be term-limited to eight years in office?
No



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