Issues

Public Safety

As County Supervisor, public safety will be my top priority. I’ll oppose efforts by Sacramento to dump state prisoners into our county jails, and I’ll fight hard against the early release policies that put criminals back on our streets. I’ll stand with law enforcement to help ensure they have access to the latest technology to identify and apprehend the criminals that prey on our community.

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Education

Educating our young people is one of the most important responsibilities in a community. Unfortunately, every year, we see shocking new mandates coming out of Sacramento, adding new and controversial topics to local school curriculums. I believe neither Washington nor Sacramento should dictate education, and local communities, led by parents and teachers, know best how to educate our children. As your County Supervisor, I’ll be a champion for students, parents, and teachers locally.

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Transportation and Infrastructure

Our roads and other infrastructure has been neglected for too long. As Supervisor, I’ll work aggressively to find funding for vital transportation projects. Most importantly, I’ll be your voice to demand our fair share of state and federal infrastructure dollars. For too long, Los Angeles and other big cities have stolen our transportation dollars to fund their own bloated projects. As your County Supervisor, I’ll fight to ensure that San Bernardino County taxpayers receive their fair share of transportation funding.

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Managing Public Lands

San Bernardino County is the largest county in the lower 48 states, and the 1st Supervisorial District is the largest in the County. Local residents, not politicians from LA and San Francisco, should have the strongest voice in how this land is utilized and managed. As your County Supervisor, I’ll oppose efforts by the state and federal governments to dictate land usage, and I’ll fight to make sure public lands are open for public use.

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The Economy

For a brighter future in San Bernardino County, we need to create more good paying middle-class jobs. As California’s urban counties become more expensive places for residents and businesses alike, we can position San Bernardino County as a place of opportunity and entrepreneurship. I’ll work to make our county an attractive place for jobs and businesses, cutting red tape and making it easier to achieve the American dream.

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Taxes

Californians already have one of the highest tax burdens in the country and, once again, Sacramento politicians are trying to weaken Proposition 13’s protections for homeowners. I fought to keep taxes low while representing you in Washington and helped pass the largest federal tax cut in a generation. As your County Supervisor, I’ll fight any efforts to undermine Prop 13, and I’ll work to lower taxes and fees for High Desert residents.

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The Second Amendment

Earlier this year a presidential candidate made headlines when he declared he was coming for our guns. But here in California, our state government has for decades led an attack on law-abiding gun owners. Big-city politicians have armed security for themselves, but they want to deny High Desert residents that same security in their own homes. As your County Supervisor, I’ll fight to protect legal gun owners against any state or federal government that would threaten them.

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Immigration

I’ve been one of the strongest opponents to California’s dangerous sanctuary state law. As your County Supervisor, I’ll fight to ensure that our local law enforcement is able to work with federal authorities to remove dangerous criminals from our community. San Bernardino County should join other local governments in opposing Sacramento’s unconstitutional interference in federal immigration enforcement, and, if elected, I’ll make sure the County stands for the rule of law.

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