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Wayne Pearson
Party Republican
Born 07-10-1942
Education Some College
Occupation Retired
Religion Christian
Marital Married
Children 3

Wayne Pearson


I've been an election judge 15 plus years and a precinct chair about 12 years. I'm 77 years old and retired.


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Submitted by john wertz on 2020-01-07 15:13:24





Please describe what you believe are the most significant issues in this race, why and what you'll do to address them?

I would reach more conservitive voters and encurage them to take an active roll in election process.

Do you promise, if elected, to abide by the RPT platform? And if not, please enumerate what problems you have. 

Yes I would for sure abide by the RPT platform.

What differentiates you from your opponents?

I do not know my opponent but the only difference I can think of is 10+ years as precinct chair.

What best describes your political ideology most(circle only one).   
1.        Republican                     
2.        Grassroots                     
3.        Conservative
4.        Tea Party

Tea Party

Please list 3 federal agencies that are popular in our culture and should be abolished

1. The Federal Reserve 2. Dept. of Education  3. Federal Income Tax

Should Texas GOP limit their elected officials to 8 years or less from the same office, even though it will force some good candidates to leave an office?

Yes I believe so.

When you leave office what accomplishment/s do you want to be your hallmark, your legacy, and why?

I followed the rules of the office. I treated everyone as I would want to be treated because its he rightthing to do. 


What form of federal tax law do you support (e.g., current, flat tax, fair tax, other) and why?

The fair tax or consumption tax because Everyone would be paying their share. We all would have as they say skin in the game.

A couple of years ago, a resolution was put forth by MoCo GOP to institute a 20% Homestead Exemption.  Did you support or oppose this and why?

I did support the Exemption because I think property taxes are to high and I think as you get older, living on a fixed income will be harder to keep your home.

2nd Amendment - guns

Do you believe the Second Amendment grants an individual right or a militia right?

 The Second Amendment grants an Individual right to self protection.

10th Amendment

Please explain your interpretation of the Tenth Amendment and the principle of nullification. Do states have a right of nullification? What should the federal government do if a state attempts nullification?

As I understand the principle of nullification is if I were sitting on a jury and as judge handed down a ruling that the jury felt was to hard the jury could nullifi that ruling. I do think states have a right of nullification but I'm not sure what the federal government should do if a state attempts nullification as I have not thouoht about it.

Other civil liberty

Do you support or oppose federal funding for Planned Parenthood and other agencies that perform abortions, both in the U.S. and abroad (even if they use money derived from other sources)?

I do not support the federal funding for Planned Parenthood or other agencies that perform abortions any where or the from other sources.

At what point should the "right to life" or "personhood" be granted to new human beings (e.g., at conception, birth, 5 days old, etc)? What action, if any, will you take to reflect this in law?

The " right to life " should be granted to new human being atconception.


Do you support or oppose allowing parents direct the flow of federal education funds (e.g., to their school or home school of choice)? Support? Oppose? Please explain.

I support allowing parents direct the flow of federal education funds to their school or home school of choice because parents are responcable for their children and their education.


Do you agree with precinct chairs involvement in republican primaries? Why or why not?

I do agree with precinct chairs involvement in republican primaries because I'm still a voter that is involved in my country.

What's your impression of GOP Speaker Dennis Bonnen after he was caught offering a Quid Pro Quo to Empower Texans Michael Quinn Sullivan?  Should Speaker Bonnen resign?  Should he suffer legal ramifications for his action/s?

He should  resign and should suffer what ever the legal ramifications call for.

Is there anything in your background of an embarrassing nature that should be explained before your election? Arrests/Convictions? Bankruptcys?



What, if anything, should be done to protect our borders from illegal immigration?

The wall is a first thing. 

Amnesty comes in many forms.  What's your view as it pertains to Texas?

I think you have to go back and start the process leaglly.


Do you support or oppose the referendum passed by both the MoCo GOP Executive Committee and SREC to allow voters, at the statewide level, to decide in the voting booth whether or not they want a particular toll road?  Why or why not?

Ido sopport the referendum   because we pay the tolls. We the People.

Did you take a public position on the May 9, 2015 Road Bond, and if so, what was it? And in a few sentences, explain why.

I did not take a public position on the May 9 road bond.


What does being a conservative mean to you?

It means not spending more than you take in and getting the best you can with as little as possable.

Do you support the Montgomery County Republican Party By-Laws as adopted by the CEC on 6/26/18?  And if not, why not?

Yes sir I do.