I’m excited to be running for reelection in House District 57.
I’m running to continue to bring conservative, accountable representation to House District 57. I want to continue to advance conservative legislation.
This common-sense leadership and long-term thinking is needed to advance our economy, especially with the challenges presented today.
I’ve followed through on my commitment to listen to the people of House District 57. That’s why I’ve held seven in person and virtual townhalls during the last two years, and I’m committed to continuing these townhalls.
I’m strongly opposed to the insider-driven tax increase agenda. Out of touch politicians bringing these tax increases have refused to face the facts regarding waste in state government.
The current deficit is a product of the insider strategy of growing the General Fund spending unsustainably during boom periods.
An efficiency report prepared in 2018 identified over $250 million in spending reductions by making government more efficient. That study has been largely ignored by insiders.
I’ve introduced a Constitutional amendment called the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights that will cap the growth in out of control government spending. We also need to have full fiscal transparency. Combining the $250 million in government spending reductions (from the efficiency report) with a cap on government spending is a strategy that will fix the deficit without harming essential government services.
But the insider strategy of growing government and refusing to save during boom periods needs to stop.
Please contact me with any questions, concerns, comments etc. at 251-1372.
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