GOP County Commission Candidates: Charles O. Williams
Published 9:16 am Thursday, April 19, 2018
Why did you decide to see public office?
Williams: I seek this public office because I want to try and help the county out.
Give approximate percentages – and reasons why – of where the county budget should be spent, including, but not limited to, law enforcement, schools, human services?
Williams: I think the county budget is being spent wrongly because the new school was a waste of money. Money was taken away from about 10 other organizations that needed the money to pay for things that they needed.
Is Davie County growing too quickly, too slowly, or about right?
Williams: The county is growing to fast for me and I have a hard time sometimes trying to fine places in the towns. About guns in the year 1790 law was made that said “that people have the right to have guns.” If people want guns they can have them.
Williams: Money was taken from the county and state tax payers to pay for the school. When Washington, DC wants money they as the state for money; when the state does not have the money to give to Washington, D.C., then the state ask the counties for money. Then if the counties does not have the money the taxes are raised to help out Washington, D.C. Then people have to suffer, to come up with the money. Other organizations are having a hard time trying to have money to pay for things that they need to.