When you bet on the American people, the American people never let you down.  America First economic policies work and that is why I will advocate for a return to the economic policies of the Trump Presidency.

We Need to Put America Back To Work

In 2016 when President Trump was elected, real median household income was $62,898, just $257 above its level in 1999. Over the next three years it grew almost $6,000, to $68,703. That’s perhaps why, despite the pandemic, 56% of U.S. voters polled in September of 2020 said their families were better off today than they were four years ago.

When you bet on the American people, the American people never let you down.  America First economic policies work and that is why I will advocate for a return to the economic policies of the Trump Presidency and a rejection of the Obama/Biden/Harris economic vision of America last.

Trump proved that an aggressive growth strategy can improve the fortunes of the average American family.  I will always bet on the American people just like President Trump did and I will always put my faith in you.

Build Back Better is big government code for “We’re coming to take more of your money.”  In Washington State that means over $14,000 more of your money over 10 years according to the Tax Foundation.

Reinstate the Trump Tax Plan

President Trump’s tax plan had four goals:

  1. Tax Relief for Middle-Class Americans
  2. Simplify the Tax Code
  3. Grow the American Economy
  4. Do not add to our debt and deficit

When the income tax was first introduced, just one percent of Americans had to pay it. It was never intended as a tax most Americans would pay. The Trump plan eliminated the income tax for over 73 million households. 42 million households that currently file complex forms to determine they don’t owe any income taxes will now file a one-page form saving them time, stress, uncertainty, and an average of $110 in preparation costs. Over 31 million households get the same simplification and keep on average nearly $1,000 of their hard-earned money. For those Americans who will still pay the income tax, the tax rates will go from the current seven brackets to four simpler, fairer brackets that eliminate the marriage penalty and the AMT while providing the lowest tax rate since before World War II. (1)

With a solid Republican majority in the House and the Senate, along with a retaking of the White House, we can reinstate the Trump Tax Plan.  I will always vote to reduce your taxes and reduce unnecessary government regulations.  We need a return to common sense America First tax and regulation policies.

Stop Wasting Our Children's Future

As inflation soars to 40+ year highs, members of BOTH parties–including Dan Newhouse–voted to spend even MORE taxpayer money and fund major portions of Joe Biden’s Green New Deal and Build Back Better priorities.  Only a handful of Republicans (54 in total) defended the financial interests of the American taxpayer by voting no.  The bill included anti-gun legislation, sent $280+ million to Planned Parenthood, and both Democrats and Republicans stuffed nearly 5,000 earmarks totaling $9 billion into the $1.5 trillion government spending bill signed by President Biden.  Between the out of control money printing by the Federal Reserve Bank and the reckless spending by the government, the result is inflation–an economic reality that affects everyone and is especially to crushing to small business owners, farmers, ranchers, truckers, the middle class and of course the poor.

When you print more money it means there are more dollars chasing the same amount of goods and services, which causes prices to rise. When you print and spend trillions of dollars–inflation rises dramatically.  In just the past three fiscal years, federal spending has swollen to nearly $7 trillion a year, up from about $4.4 trillion in fiscal year 2019. Spending was $6.6 trillion in 2020, and $6.8 trillion in 2021.

This madness must stop.  We need Congressional members who actually represent the best financial interests of the American people.  I will vote against spending increases that mortgage your retirement years and the lives of your children and grandchildren.