A New Voice for Wisconsin
Posted in the Sauk City Forum
#1 Apr 1, 2014
It is time to elect a new voice to represent our 81st Assembly District. I believe that our greatest days are ahead of us, that we can make the changes necessary to protect freedom and enhance prosperity. However, we send politicians to represent us in Madison, but upon arrival, these folks seem to lose their virtues, local honor, and integrity. Our government officials turn many of you off and some of our neighbors have gone so far as to decide to quit voting!
I am writing to you for the same reason I am running for office: because the era of our greatness need not be over, and because we can reinvigorate Wisconsin and succeed beyond our wildest dreams. Bold moves are necessary to ensure that our children have a better life than our own -- this should not be left to dreams, but must be made a reality. I know that it is time for change, for new voices, and for fresh ideas. If we hold true to American greatness and the Wisconsin ideal, then we can continue Wisconsin's march forward. My brand of change is based not upon hope and propaganda, but upon facts and hard numbers.
Our number one priority must be getting Wisconsin back to work. The labor market remains weak. In fact, the number of employed adults in the U.S. has barely changed since the recession ended. Though Wisconsin is moving forward, unemployment statistics have fallen primarily because millions of Americans have left the labor force. While layoffs are a significant problem, the main problem is a lack of job creation. During the recession, job losses increased and job creation fell. Layoffs have recovered, but job creation has not. It is time to stop the political fighting and support common sense solutions that will help get all of our neighbors back to work.
My plan includes seven common sense points to prosperity:(1) Decrease property taxes.(2) Fix our local roads and infrastructure.(3) Strategically invest in our local schools.(4) Remove burdensome Madison-based regulation.(5) Cut wasteful government spending.(6) Fight to move jobs into our district.(7) Create a community climate conducive to job creation. If we hope to usher in this new age of progress, then we must be prepared for bold action.
This is a challenge that must be tackled head on. My plan will combine education and rehabilitation to help assist those addicted to hard drugs. This will allow the taxpayers to maximize their investment by decreasing cost and increasing community safety, which in turn should reduce property taxes. The hope is to begin a dialogue and move towards resolving this issue. The greatest path from poverty is through a good job. I will promote economic development and job growth in our local community. By creating jobs we can help people avoid drugs through productive work.
This is not the time for politics as usual. Both sides must work together if we hope to solve these pressing issues. It is time to invest in our future. We have had enough, it is time to drop the pettiness and work as a team. I believe that there is hope, and that by thinking outside of the box we can bring a new era of greatness to our state and community. I will represent our entire community, as a new voice of common sense for Wisconsin.
I cannot do this alone. I will need every single one of you to stand at my side and work with me towards this victory. This will not be a victory of a single candidate or party, but rather this will be a victory of ideas and common sense solutions, and a win for our individual freedom and personal liberty. This will be a victory for all of us -- from Baraboo to Portage, Merrimac to Prairie du Sac, Mazomanie to Black Earth and Arena -- and a victory for Wisconsin!
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