American voters need to know that their voices are adequately represented. Let’s hold states accountable for cleaning voter rolls, demand voter ID, ensure that only legal votes are cast by U.S. citizens, and audit vote results to secure elections.
American families need to feel safe in their own communities. Let’s ensure we secure our border and ports, end the drug trade and human trafficking, champion legal immigration, and fix the inhumane conditions at the Southern Border.
America is the leader in international trade, and as such, we must ensure peace through strength, secure the safety of Americans, foster fair and reciprocal international trade, and bring jobs and manufacturing back to America.
Our national defense requires a strong military. As international threats evolve, our military must stay ahead of the curve, and innovate to adapt to today’s modern military needs. Let’s also meet the needs of the veterans who’ve honorably served.
We should all want our kids to look up to police as the superheroes who save the day. We should not defund our police, but instead champion positive police and community relations, innovate on safety and training, and increase transparency.
Despite increasing crime in some cities, our lawmakers continue to impose new restrictions on our 2nd Amendment, while pushing Red Flag laws and magazine bans. Let’s enforce our right to carry, so that Americans can protect their families.
Our 1st Amendment right to free speech, assembly, and religion is being infringed upon. Faith is an integral part of many Americans’ lives. We must stand up to our government, protect religious freedom, and uphold the Constitution.
A quality education is the great equalizer. Parents must retain the right to choose the school that is best suited for their child, including home schooling, and be afforded the transparency to know - and influence - what is taught to their children.
California’s AB5 delegitimized the work of millions of independent contractors. Now, lawmakers threaten to do the same thing federally, further hurting working families. Let’s repeal AB5, and get Americans back to work, to solve our supply chain issues.
As Californians get back to work, let’s ensure we give America’s businesses every opportunity to bounce back quickly. Let’s lower taxes to incentivize business growth, and create opportunity for more Americans to become gainfully employed.
It’s time for more Americans to become stakeholders in our communities. Let’s improve access to advanced financial education and investment programs. Let’s foster entrepreneurship by creating more opportunities for business financing.
California’s energy resources afford us the ability to lead America toward energy independence. Let’s continue to use our most energy-dense forms of power, as we innovate to make our energy production safer, cleaner, and more reliable.
All American families should have access to information about new medical treatments, in order to make informed healthcare decisions. We must reserve the right to choose what’s best for our health, including the choice to vaccinate.
Americans should have access to quality healthcare, tailored to their family’s needs, not a single-payer system. Let’s lower prescription drug prices, and the cost of health insurance plans, by making them competitive across state lines.
All American families want to have clean air and water. Preserving the vitality of California’s natural resources is key to our country’s health. Let us also individually make the daily conscious effort to be good stewards to our environment.
It is not compassionate to abandon fellow Americans to die on our streets. Solving homelessness involves transparency, mitigating drug use, improving mental health services, skills training, supporting veteran affairs, and permanent housing.
Our foster care system is the leading contributor to child sex trafficking, along with a broken family court system. We must reform our foster care system and create incentives for more upstanding adults to responsibly foster children.
Americans need the security of knowing that they’ll be financially stable when they retire. We must protect Social Security from wasteful Congressional spending, and implement mechanisms for reliably making a return on appropriations.