Bogle said that “with all the turmoil coming out of state government these past few years,” he understands how voters “can become disillusioned by the political process." The only way to limit these abuses is by setting strict term limits to prevent legislators from becoming too comfortable in their positions,” he said. Bogle continued, “Politics was never meant to be a career, and with term limits we can remove the incentives for engaging in corrupt behavior.” Bogle said he would push reforms of education policies “to give teachers flexibility to teach our struggling students.” He said that Common Core is a “cookie cutter approach” that has “left students discouraged.” He said, “Standards must be loosened to give teachers the ability to creatively engage their students instead of teaching to a test.”
Bogle, 24, of Valley Stream, is running on the Republican, Conservative and Reform party lines and is making his first run for public office. He works as a law clerk at Goldberg Miller & Rubin in Manhattan. Bogle attends Fordham University School of Law. Bogle grew up in Valley Stream and is a 2010 graduate of Kellenberg Memorial High School in Uniondale. He earned a bachelor’s degree from George Washington University, where he was a member of the College Republicans and president of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Bogle is an Eagle Scout and a member of Boy Scout Troop 116 in Valley Stream. He is also a member of Sons of the American Legion, a program for males of all ages whose parents or grandparents served in the U.S. military. He is a member of the Long Beach Polar Bears.