Standing on Solid Principles
I value the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death. I am 100% pro-life and have the voting record to prove it. This is non-negotiable.
The Second Amendment is the last-resort defense of all our rights. It must never be compromised. There are some who believe that firearms are dangerous to society. I believe that a disarmed society is in far greater danger. “He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither” – Benjamin Franklin
There is no such thing as “state money.” Every penny is from the hard work of the Kansas taxpayer, who entrusts it to us with the understanding that we will use it wisely and sparingly. I work every day in budget committees to reduce unnecessary or wasteful spending. I believe that you are more capable of using your money responsibly than is the state government. I work to make sure you can keep as much as possible, while still providing the necessary functions of state government.
I am a strong supporter of education. I work to make sure as much money gets into the classroom as possible and allowing the education dollars to follow the child. By empowering parents and school districts, rather than unions and bureaucracy, Kansas will be able to continue to provide the quality education we have come to expect for our children. Given this belief in local control, it’s not surprising that I absolutely opposed to the federal takeover known as Common Core. I was opposed to its predecessor, No Child Left Behind, and this program is even worse.
Kansans for Life Political Action Committee
Kansas Chamber Political Action Committee
Americans for Prosperity of Kansas
Bill attended the bill signing ceremony for a measure extending insurance coverage to hundreds of children with autism. Also there was Jennifer Smith, Executive Director, Autism Society of the Heartland. (Photo by Jim Sullinger Strategies LLC)
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