Perry Grutza for 84th District Assembly

July 12, 2010

PERRY GRUTZA for State Representative, 84th District Assembly.

 

I want to share with you why I am running for State Assembly on your behalf.

 

I believe that your participation in state government is critical. The state government in recent years has passed legislation that does not reflect what our community wants. I want to be your voice in the 84th District Assembly. As your State Representative, I will listen carefully and attentively to all your concerns and needs. Those concerns and needs will be reflected in my voting record.

 

I want to keep our community fiscally conservative. It's imperative to keep our community a desirable place for it's residents, by voting for laws that will reflect our conservative values. If elected, I will constantly interact with community members to make your desires heard in state government. I will never vote for any legislation that increases taxes or spending, but will work to decrease government programs that burden the creation of jobs in our community.

 

Please visit www.ivoteperry.com to learn more about myself and my wonderful family. Sign my guestbook, and leave me a message with your vision for our community!

 

Most importantly, remember to vote Perry Grutza (Republican) in the primary elections on Tuesday, September 9, 2010. Read on to hear my stand on the most important issues our community faces:

 

Unemployment and the Economy:

Our community needs to have the assurance that there will be jobs available to everyone.

 

Jobs are disappearing in our community-we are one of the highest taxed states. Rampant government spending (paid for with our taxes!) has given us one of the highest unemployment rates in the country.

 

Wisconsin is not competitive-large companies are moving out of state, and this must change. I will vote for legislation that will get our jobs back!

 

The best way to do this is to cut taxes and vote for legislation that encourages the creation of jobs in Wisconsin and decreases regulation of small businesses, which ultimately forces them to move out of state.

 

State Budget:

Government spending and programs have gotten out of control-our deficit is the 4th largest in the country. I will never vote for increased government spending and will vote for bills that work on balancing our state budget.

 

Continuously raising taxes and implementing fees will not balance the budget-we need to start the budget at zero and only fund essential government programs based on the taxpayers' ability to pay.

 

Health Care:

Socialized health care does not work, period. We need competition and tax incentives. The government should not be making our healthcare decisions. I will vote for legislation that ensures one standard for everyone and the option to take their health coverage with them when they change jobs or move. Government should make the system less complicated, not more.

 

Public Transportation:

Creating public transportation from Milwaukee to Madison will only increase our tax burden with little or no benefits. I will vote against this legislation.

 

Other issues:

I'm pro-life and pro-2nd Ammendment.

I support successful education options like school choice, charter schools and virtual school programs, not sinking more money into programs that continue to fail. I will also vote to ensure that our law enforcement has the resources they need to protect our community.

 

Please vote PERRY GRUTZA on Tuesday, September 9, 2010. Thanks for your support!

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