I am running for state representative to bring a principled voice to our statehouse. For too long career politicians, activists, and professorial ideologues have provided us with poor leadership, high taxes, and dysfunctional state government.
The General Assembly refused to convene for three months when we needed them the most.
While most families are forced to tighten their budget during this uncertain time, our state leaders hastily met and in less than a week, passed a supplemental budget that increased their spending by nearly 20% to $11.8 billion just before the end of the fiscal year – without addressing the obvious the revenue shortfall our state is facing.
On November 3rd, vote for the candidate who will fight to stop special interests from taking your money and your rights. Vote for William J. Hunt Jr. for District 68.
Fix Our Schools
We spend over $16,000 per student on education in RI. Unfortunately, for every dollar spent, about half goes to administration and support costs – which does nothing to actually educate our children. Despite these obvious problems, parents and students have no choice where they can educate their children. It is time we reimagine our education system and fix our broken school system.
Every restriction, every fee, every barrier that has been put in place to separate us from our shorelines does nothing to improve the service or preserve our greatest resource. All of the money collected goes straight to the general fund and we can’t even figure out how to collect beachgoers’ garbage. Let’s do a better job for our residents and provide a better product for our tourists.
Fight for Small Business
Collectively small business owners are the largest employer in Rhode Island. I will work to reduce the red tape and onerous business regulations that prevent entrepreneurs from starting or growing businesses in our state. I will work to stop the corporate welfare given to special interests and out-of-state businesses and use that money to ease the tax burden of the small business in our state.
Audit the State Budget
Support Line Item Veto
Imagine a surgeon trying to remove a tumor with a sledgehammer. With the wrong tool, that surgeon could either do nothing or cause more harm to the patient than good. The same is true for the governor and the rank-and-file legislators when passing the state budget.
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