Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Response from Robert Mack, U.S. Senate Candidate

1. What do you view as the key role, and/or attributes needed for this position? What experience/attributes do you have that qualify you for this position? 

The key role in this position is leadership. Attributes such as the ability to stand up against ideas that are not what we want are requested. I am a veteran and I believe that from military experience, I have the attributes that this position requires.

2. Why do you think you are the best person for this position? What differentiates you from your opponent(s)?

I have training from my prior life experiences with people and life situations that has trained me to be the best person for the position.

3. What do you feel are the most pressing issues currently facing this office and what plans do you have to address these issues? (please be specific)

The most pressing issues today are defending our rights for freedom and growing as a common people. I plan to address these issues by defending our rights for freedom with zero tolerance.

4. Describe how you work with, or will work with, others to address your priorities.

I will work with others by organizing what the problems are and delegating responsibilities to others that will solve these problems.

5. Who are your 3 largest campaign contributors? Are there donors from whom you will not accept campaign contributions?

I have family, personal friends, and colleagues, that contribute to my campaign. I will accept contributions from any donor.

6. Since the shooting death of Michael Brown and the national rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement, criminal justice reform has become a national topic of conversation, yet few changes have been made on a national level. If elected, will you make criminal justice reform, and racial equity, a priority in Washington? If so, how?

I will make criminal justice reform by supporting racial equity in Washington and other areas that request reform.

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