Leaders with Ginni Thomas: Dan Bongino, US Senate candidate
Maryland U.S. Senate candidate Dan Bongino is no ordinary Republican.
Bongino, who served in the Secret Service for over ten years, readily criticizes both parties. His worldview was influenced by conservative intellectual Thomas Sowell, who he has studied.
Endorsed by the South Carolina Republican Sen. Jim DeMint’s Senate Conservative Fund, which has a track record of picking surprise election winners, and Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee, Bongino is energized to pull off an upset in the sixth least conservative state.
Besides working in the Secret Service, Bongino also worked as a police officer in New York and as a small businessman.
TheDC’s Ginni Thomas recently spoke with Bongino about his thoughts on the Republican convention in Tampa, the coming fiscal cliff, President Obama’s campaign and much more.
TheDC also reached out to the office of Democratic Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin, Bongino’s opponent, for an interview. Cardin’s office has not yet scheduled an interview with TheDC’s Ginni Thomas.
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What makes you so passionate about bad policy that may be designed by well-intentioned people?
If you had one chance to say one thing to people, what would you say?
How does your wife’s story animate American exceptionalism, and how do we reach out to minorities who are struggling now?
From being at Republican convention in Tampa, what were your takeaways?
Why does President Obama and his team seek to divide us, rather than unite the country?
Why don’t politicians get more serious about spending cuts, rather then argue about adding new or more revenue to their spending habits?
What’s your pitch to big donors who support private charities and say they don’t mind more taxes?
Tell us why you left a stable civil service job to run for the U.S. Senate?
How can ordinary people help you?
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