|Arkansas House of Representatives District 70|
|Bachelor's||University of Central Arkansas|
|Master's||University of Memphis|
|Ph.D.||University of Arkansas, 2010|
|Place of birth||Stuttgart, Arkansas|
Dooley earned his B.S. from the University of Central Arkansas. He went on to receive his Master's degree in Political Science from the University of Memphis. In 2010, Dooley obtained his Doctorate of Philosophy in Public Policy from the University of Arkansas. He is currently employed as an assistant professor at the University of Central Arkansas.
Dooley's campaign website listed the following issues:
- Excerpt: "Under Democratic Party rule Arkansas has consistently ranked at or near the bottom in education. We need a new direction centered around empowering parents and children in failing schools. Parents should have the ability to "opt out" of failing schools and enroll their children in institutions that support, challenge, and educate."
- Excerpt: "The public sector in Arkansas lacks productivity, is bloated, and are poor stewards of the people's money. I propose to reduce the size of Arkansas government by a third. Some of those saving should be returned to Arkansans, afterall, it is your money, but at the same time, a portion of these savings should be used to increase the efficiency of state government, by incentivizing the public sector workforce."
- Excerpt: "The business climate in Arkansas is among the worst in the nation. Widespread unemployment, poverty, and lack of opportunity are a threat to our way of life. We can change that."
|Arkansas House of Representatives District 70 Republican Primary, 2012|
Dooley has a wife, Tess.
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