A Contract with New Jersey
As a citizen seeking to join the New Jersey State Legislature, I propose not just to change its policies, more importantly, I will restore the bonds of trust between the people and their elected representatives.
That is why, in this era of “cancel culture”, I offer a written commitment with no fine print.
I propose a historic change that would be the end of a government that is too big, too intrusive, and too easy with the public’s money. It will be the beginning of a Legislative body that respects the values and shares the faith of all New Jersians and American families. I intend to act with firmness and integrity to restore accountability to our elected leaders, to end its cycle of executive orders and government overreach and to make us all proud of the way free people govern themselves.
If I am fortunate enough to earn your vote and trust, I promise that from day one I will AGGRESSIVELY work with ALL members of the Legislature to accomplish the following:
To work on establishing TERM LIMITS for all elected Legislatures.
Select a major, independent auditing firm to conduct a comprehensive audit of the Assembly for waste, fraud or abuse and guarantee an honest accounting of our State Budget by implementing zero base-line budgeting.
End property tax increases as a result of home improvements, and freeze property taxes for all homeowners at age 65, regardless of income or length of residency.
Create school-based parent councils to advise local school boards on curriculum selection, learning modality and potential school closures and other health and safety measures. Follow up by requiring public hearings before decisions in these areas are implemented. Eliminate mask mandates in K-12 schools and allow parents to make health decisions that are appropriate for their children and family circumstances. Provide transparency to parents by requiring K-12 curriculum sources to be posted online at the beginning of each school year. Reform requirements for sexual and social education to make content less dogmatic and more age-appropriate for elementary and middle school-aged children.
Make our state's corporate tax, currently the highest in the nation, more competitive by substantially lowering the corporation business tax over five years.