NEW, BOLD LEADERSHIP DELIVERING RESULTS FOR NEBRASKA
LIST OF ISSUES
Nebraska's fiscal situation is no longer working for Nebraskans. Taxes are simply too high and it's affecting our growth and population sustainment. We need to reduce spending, implement other sources of income, eliminate detrimental taxes, implement better fiscal transparency, and reduce our federal dependency.
The right to keep and bear arms was settled in 1791 with the adoption of the Second Amendment. I am a very strong advocate for, not only maintaining our constitutional right, but working to regain what has already been taken. I am a full believer that "an armed society, is a polite society."
As a proponent for Constitutional Carry, I believe permits are infringement on our rights. Nebraskans have a full right to protect themselves without having to wait for government "approval".
Our education system has a grave responsibility of teaching our children during the most pivotal years of their lives. It is important that our schools are educating our children with unbiased and appropriate curriculum that will set our future generations up for success. And as a state, we will support our teachers with the tools they need to perform their duties efficiently and effectively as possible.
I also support and encourage homeschooling. Homeschooled children have proven that, depending on the child, an at-home education can be just as effective, and sometimes better, than a public school education. As a state, we should support any form of education that has proven effective and not take a "one size fits all" mentality.
All humans were made equal under God. We should follow His example and ensure that basic and Constitutional rights are protected for ALL Nebraskans regardless of race, religion, or sexual orientation.
Small businesses are the life-blood of our economy. As a state leader, I promise to support small businesses in every capacity possible. I believe the best support a government can offer a small business is to stay out of their way. Limitations and regulations should be kept to an acceptable minimum and autonomy given to these private entities to work with their customers uninhibited.
Farmers and Ranchers are a lifeblood in our rural state. The agricultural industry and the people therein are important and a high priority to me. They need to be protected from federal overreach, high taxation (think property tax), and be allowed to freely operate with minimal government intervention.
Life begins at conception. We have a duty and responsibility to protect the most vulnerable of humans and I promise to fight tirelessly for the unborn. As governor, I will see to it that our local government does not fund and further asphyxiates the heinous act of abortion.
Our most precious Nebraskans are also among the most vulnerable. Protecting and support our children is a top priority as Nebraska's Governor. Enhancing our foster care and adoption services to better suit the children is the least we can do, as well as protection from predators and aggressively eliminating human trafficking.
Championing conservative values and religious liberty, I will fight for the principles of faith, family and freedom to make Nebraska a better place to live and raise a family. Nebraskans have a constitutional right to choose and practice their own religion, or lack of, and I firmly stand to protect that right. I will also defend the pastor's rights to freely speak about their faith and religion.
Anyone willing to put their lives in harms way in service to their communities should be supported to the fullest extent by their government. I have utmost respect for individuals in our emergency services and military. As a governing body, it is our responsibility that these individuals are given autonomy to perform their duties effectively and provide support in times of need, on and off duty.
I respect and appreciate the diversity in our large state. We have great people living in rural and metropolitan areas, but they do things different depending on where they come from. One thing I love about rural towns is the wave you get from a random passer-by. Small towns acknowledge your presence because it is important to them that you are in their town.
As Governor, it is important to me to capitalize on the potential of rural towns and to help increase growth in more areas of our great state. These are great places to raise a family, but we need to encourage business development to give these families a job.
It is crystal clear - the national election of 2020 was tampered with unlawfully.
Our federal government should have investigated the alleged and confirmed reports of our election system being compromised. Nevertheless, the duty falls to the people, once again, to hold our government accountable.
Securing our election system in Nebraska is my top priority and paramount to maintaining control over our government. Not only do we need an audit and analysis of our current system, but we need to be proactive in implementing measures that will secure our elections even better. I have a plan to do just this and I am determined to see it through.
The situation with COVID-19 has proven that our governments are willing to put the health of the people last and strong arm mandates into place which violate the rights of the people.
I do not support any health mandates, vaccine passports, or mandatory vaccinations.