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I come from a proud family that has been involved in public service for as long as I can remember. I want to work for you. We need to create more jobs, improve our schools, help end homelessness and make public safety a top priority. With nearly a decade of government experience, I know what it takes to find solutions, navigate complicated governmental agencies, and get things done. 

 LIST OF ISSUES

EDUCATION

Common core has lowered the average scores of students. I have 2 daughters, I have seen the difficult common core math questions. I teach them the old way and they understand it a lot more than than the new way.  

HEALTHCARE

Healthcare insurance needs to be at an affordable price. Using the model from the Union healthcare plan, each member pays 3 to 5% of their income for health insurance. It will be my job to find an insurance company that will comply with giving full coverage. 

Homeless

Homeless Californians is a major problem in many cities. The Trump administration is fed up with sending money to an issue that is not managed well by current California politicians. I have ideas to solve the homeless issue. These ideas do not mean to make a policy in my office, it is a get out there and talk to people, get info, and correlate a plan.

BUSINESS

Bring businesses back to California. Overtaxed and too many regulations make it hard for businesses to operate and to hire employees.  

Update: California Proposition 15, Tax on Commercial and Industrial Properties for Education and Local Government Funding Initiative (2020) A continuation of prop 13 which failed to pass with 53% No to 46% Yes votes. California politicians have put Prop 15 on the ballot for a vote by the people in November 2020. This prop will tax commercial and industrial properties at the current market value of their property. Prop 15 does not include properties in agriculture zones. In the past, this tax calculation was by the value the business was purchased not the current market value. This is going to be devastating to most large businesses in California. There are a few exceptions for small businesses in prop 15 but let's stay focused on the government's expected increase in earnings of $4.5 Billion from prop 15 every year to cap at the expected revenue of $12.5 Billion a year. Think about this, if you own a private property you most likely pay your yearly property taxes calculated by the amount you purchased the property. Would you want to pay property taxes calculated by the current market value of your personal property if the value has increased by $350,000 to $500,000 more? Probably not. So to keep businesses in California and let the businesses keep the majority of their capital from taxes, voting No on prop 15 will be your part to help businesses in California stay in California and businesses to be able to keep more of their earnings to expand productivity and create jobs. 

Update: The November 3rd, 2020 elections for Prop 15 resulted in a 52% No and a 48% Yes. Again it is great to see this over-taxation of businesses in California get voted against. My plan as governor is to reduce the red tape regulations and over-taxation on businesses and Californians to let people do business and live in California without the high expenses.