Economy and Jobs
Economic strength and job growth result from policies that build up Americans and provide them endless opportunities to succeed. I stand for slashing regulations, reducing taxes for the middle class, and keeping small businesses open.
After a year of crushing pandemic policies, our economy needs to reopen and get back on its feet. The best economic stimulus is a job, and the best drivers of success are small businesses. I support unshackling job creators by reducing burdensome government mandates that defy common sense and result in more paperwork.
I will oppose Biden tax increases and ensure that the middle-class does not get crushed by less take-home pay, more jobs being sent overseas to China, and small businesses closing. We need fewer taxes, regulations, and bureaucratic red tape and more freedom for the American economic engine to lift more people into prosperity.
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