Each student should receive the best education possible—whether they attend public, private, charter, or home schools. Every student and teacher should have the necessary resources to feel supported and to learn and to teach to the best of their abilities. As a father of three girls, I want my children—and yours—to have the best teachers in the field. I am committed to securing much-needed funding for K-12 schools.
Caring for the sick and the afflicted is fundamental to fostering a moral society, and I am committed to developing and promoting a system that provides healthcare that is accessible and affordable for all Utahns. Clean air will be one of my highest priorities in this regard. I am additionally committed to legislation that will address our state’s drug crises, and particularly our opioid epidemic, through informed, evidence-based policies that address the symptoms of the problems as well as their systemic causes.
I strongly believe that government leaders should spend your tax dollars more responsibly. Some taxes are paid by those whose finances are tight and who struggle to put food on their tables. I oppose any tax that hurts the elderly, the poor, and those with special needs. As your senator, I will be transparent, ethical, and accountable, and will put your needs and concerns first. I will listen to and represent you—not just a few special interest groups. The voices of powerful lobbyists and well-connected politicians must not overpower the voices of our residents.
GROWTH & INFRASTRUCTURE
To maintain our quality of life and to attract great businesses in this area, I will work hard to obtain critical funding for roads in our area. We must plan wisely so that traffic and water infrastructure meets the needs of our growing communities. The completion of Mountain View Corridor will be one of my highest priorities.
Seems reasonable. If I were in his district I would support that agenda. Plus, I would drink a beer with him, even if he only had the root kind. His smile is ok, haven't seen the other person's, though. ;)
The world is always full of the sound of waves..but who knows the heart of the sea, a hundred feet down? Who knows it's depth?
~ Eiji Yoshikawa