It is no secret that the Inland Empire is hurting, and that Sacramento is too broken to be able to do anything to help. Endless calls for higher taxes and more restrictions on small businesses, preventing them from creating new jobs. But where is the help for the hard working taxpayer? For the homeowner struggling to stay afloat? For the business owner trying to keep their doors open?
Sacramento’s got its priorities backwards. And that’s why I’m running – to bring a dose of common sense to a Legislature that so badly needs some. I’m a business owner, a homeowner, and a family man. I know what it is like to have to worry about keeping my business going, balancing the need to put in the extra hours with having to make it home to coach my daughter’s softball team.
I have fought for commonsense values my entire life. I've been a small business owner for many years. I was a Founder of the Corona Taxpayers Association. Now I am running for Assembly to take this fight for common-sense values to Sacramento. I hope I can count on your support.