What I'll Do In My First 100 Days
We are just 100 days out from the November 8th election.
We deserve better. We deserve a government that works with us, not against us. Together, we can make California affordable, safe, and livable for us, today and tomorrow.
I am often asked by people just like you, what will I do to make our lives better. Here’s my answer:
10 common-sense reforms I will work to achieve in my first 100 days as your Assemblymember.
Suspend the gas tax
Cut taxes and fees on our small businesses and the middle class
Increase funding for law enforcement and training programs
End the early release of felons
Reinstate tough penalties on violent crimes
Require accountability from our failing public school systems
Make charter schools easier to start
Implement and audit programs to address the homelessness crisis
Create treatment programs to help those suffering from addiction and mental health emergencies
Provide tax incentives to intelligently transition to renewable energy
Your ideas count. This is about logic. A reasonable legislature would have done these things already. But they have failed. The majority in the legislature is out of touch with your needs, influenced by special interest groups, and, frankly, unaware of the problems we face.
I will work for the changes we all want that will make California what we know it can be --- GOLDEN.
Help me create the California we deserve. Please send an email to email@example.com and we will work together to make it happen.
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Happy 100 Days,
Your Candidate for Assembly District 47