CONSERVATIVE RECORD. CONSERVATIVE VISION.
In this past legislative session, I was proud of some of the things we were able to get done. Passing $35 million in tax cuts, curbing state spending and blocking the implementation of Obamacare here in Arkansas is just the start. We have an historical opportunity this next election, but more importantly a chance to make Arkansas a much more business friendly state.
This is important if we want to create good paying jobs and to keep our highly skilled graduates right here in Arkansas.
Over the course of the next session, we will also have to deal with rising Medicaid costs and ways to fund our roads. I look forward to working with business and community leaders and others to come up with solutions to these issues without growing government or raising taxes.
Each day that I served in the Arkansas State House, I considered it an honor to work on behalf of the good people of my district, and I humbly ask for your support in allowing me to return.
Here to Serve,
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