Present employment: Volunteering at Constitution Hall to try to educate our citizens why we should fight for a return to our constitutional, patriotic values.
Highest level of education completed: Four years of college
Previous elected public office(s) held: None, thank God
Statement: I am running because I’m concerned for our country, our state and our city. I believe our republic is in trouble. We need people who are willing to stand up for our constitutional freedoms and put an end to high inflation, outrageous gas, food, electric and fuel oil prices, ASAP! I am already fighting for you to reduce your taxes!
I am one of many Americans who do not support the current, radical, left-wing agenda!
Whether we agree on every issue or not, there is one very important economic job that needs to be done. I am running to fulfill that job and do my part in fixing our economic issues.
I firmly believe that no one else has the experience to do what has to be done in our communities the way that I will. I have devoted 100 percent of my time to doing what needs to be done, no matter what it takes. It is time that we push back and stand up for our constitutional rights. Voting for me on Nov. 8 is necessary for anyone who cares about the economic wellbeing of our communities.
I need your vote…and you need me fighting for you!
What are your thoughts on proposals to do away with Maine’s income taxes?
Maine’s income taxes should be eliminated 100 percent! The size and related expenses of our existing state government’s various departments should be reduced dramatically. Our state government does not have an income problem, we have a spending problem!
When it comes to the state budget, what do you see as top priorities for spending or cuts?
Our state government budget is way too large and needs to be reduced at all levels by eliminating some departments entirely such as the Department of Education by returning local control including finances to local parents. Every remaining department must reduce unnecessary spending by constantly re-evaluating and re-prioritizing what are really needs versus what are unnecessary expenditures.
How can Maine best make health care affordable for its citizens?
By removing government involvement 100 percent. Remove government completely from the health care industry. Without government involvement, the health care industry will be reformed and improved by the private sector. Private individuals and privately owned businesses will always find ways to provide better quality health care products at much more affordable prices for our citizens. I would also promote overall health and wellness through preventative health care education.
What policy changes would you support to protect the environment and respond to climate change?
I am opposed to far-left radical ideology as proposed by the United Nations in Agenda 2030 and other documents such as their so-called sustainable development goal because it places more value on the planet than on the people. As a follower of God, I am commanded to be a good steward of the Earth and its environment and I am. Climate change’s hidden agenda is to control “We the People” by removing our constitutional freedoms, not to protect our environment! God created this disposable earth for the human race to enjoy and people to take care of for a time when God will replace this earth with a new heaven and earth.
Would you vote to support a woman’s right to obtain an abortion?
I would not support abortion. I believe life begins at conception and life is a gift from God. I support adoption.
What changes would you like to see in the way police do their jobs in Maine?
I support law enforcement 100 percent! I would always welcome more training for our police.