It all starts with preserving the right values, upholding morality and defending justice.
From day one, I have been perfectly clear where I stand on the issues. You'll never find me flip-flopping or pandering for one simple reason — the foundation of trust is consistency.
My stances are the result of years of study and experience as a native New Jerseyan, engineer and federal contractor. As your Senator, I will make decisions that prioritize facts over feelings.
I sincerely hope you will join me in rebuilding New Jersey. For the People.
America is one-of-a-kind thanks to our rich history of great leaders elected by the people to represent the people.
When we vote today, what qualities should we look for in a candidate? I believe that consistent moral integrity always takes precedence. Without it, every promise, every commitment, every pledge is totally meaningless. No integrity means no trust.
Many people prefer to simply vote along party lines, straight down the ballot. We see an (R) next to a candidate's name and instinctively think “This person shares my beliefs!”
Unfortunately, candidates who lack integrity take advantage of our trusting nature, treating it as an opportunity to deceive us for power. It's happened before, and in 2020 (the beginning of a new political decade), you can bet it's happening right now. I refuse to let it go without a fight!
The Trillion Dollar Question: How can you tell if a candidate will maintain their integrity For The People?
The far-Left is currently taking extreme measures to infiltrate and destroy the Republican Party from within. For example, during the 2018 Midterm Elections, the people of Kansas elected three lawmakers — all of whom ran as Republicans — to represent them.
As a lifelong conservative, I am the only true Republican in this election. Take a look at who else is pursuing the Republican nomination right now — two Independents and one Obama/Clinton-era Democrat. All of them are now running as "Republicans," but their backgrounds tell a radically different story. All of their information is publicly available, and that's the trick; they all hope you'll trust them just enough to blindly believe what they say.
The truth does not fear investigation. I invite you to please examine my history, my stances, my past and present statements under a microscope. You will see that I take absolute pride in being morally consistent, that I always put integrity first.
You’ll never see me pandering or flip-flopping because I genuinely value my supporters, our state and our country. After all, New Jersey is my home; our home. And so I will continue fighting with all my might for 2020 and beyond — For The People.
We live in a globally-competitive jobs marketplace — and we are losing this race due to our educational standards.
Out of 71 countries, the USA ranked 38th in math and 24th in science (according to a 2016 PISA assessment survey).
I am committed to creating a culture of education in New Jersey where every student is celebrated; a culture where every teacher is given the freedom to help their students achieve greatness. This means working to empower every parent, student and teacher with the necessary resources to achieve this greatness, regardless of whether they are in a public, private or home school environment. What’s important isn’t government bureaucracy; it’s the educational success of the child.
We must adopt new and inventive methods of educating our children, where teachers are free to be innovative, and parents (as well as students) are excited about the process. I encourage you to watch this TED Talk featuring Sir Ken Robinson, which describes how we can create a culture of creativity within our educational society.
Why is it that school performance falls whenever Democrats insist on tightening state control? Should government ever replace or take over a parent's role in their child's moral education?
Of all creation on this Earth, babies are our most beautiful gift from God. When their bright, innocent eyes gaze deeply into ours, we are reminded just how precious life really is.
I believe that we must demonstrate to our children that we value their lives — one day we will rely on them to value ours. This is why I believe that New Jersey should promote a philosophy of life within our government, not death. I believe that New Jersey must demonstrate this philosophy by refusing to fund organizations whose primary purpose is to end the lives of our children.
I believe that your life is worthy of value and celebration, and always will be. This is why I fight for your rights, your safety, and your dreams — because this is what it means to be a New Jerseyan.
How many of our future leaders, engineers, doctors, scholars and inventors have we lost simply because they weren't considered human in their mother's womb?
New Jersey serves as the economic backbone of America. Our roadways, ports and water systems are commercial gateways for Washington D.C., Philadelphia, New York and more.
Year after year, corrupt Democrats claim they're planning to fix crumbling roads and dilapidated infrastructure. They make all sorts of flowery promises, but as soon as they’re elected, they set about spending billions of our tax dollars on initiatives that enrich them and their cronies. This has been happening for decades, with no sign of slowing. It’s time to hold them accountable!
Imagine the ways our economy would flourish if we accomplished the following:
New Jersey has a $50 billion deficit between gross federal taxes collected versus in-state federal spending. I believe we must bring these funds back home, where it can be used to rebuild, repair and reinvigorate our State. New Jerseyans are the ones who pay taxes; their money should benefit them. Not other states.
When Democrats vote to impose the highest property taxes in the country (while also having the highest rates of property foreclosures in the nation), we can see the empirical evidence — that we no longer have a government that values nor represents the people.
Our ridiculous property taxes continue to swell even though they're already breaking our backs. And as if that wasn't bad enough, did you know New Jersey also piles on the nation's third highest income taxes? Is it okay to force us to pay an average of $0.59 per gallon of gas in fuel taxes?
Do you believe it's merely a coincidence that Democrats and the 24-hour news cycle constantly blames everyone — including you — for the policies they implement, but never themselves? Is right to allow them to increase their power every time their plans fail?
Do you believe that penalizing innocent citizens based solely on the actions of criminals is fairness, justice or freedom?
More Americans die annually from texting and driving than by those who use AR-15 rifles. What do we do about your automobile? Every 50 minutes, someone is killed by a drunk driver. What about school vehicles, since more people are killed annually by them than by AR-15 rifles?
When looking at the FBI crime report for 2018, we see that rifles — of any and every kind — are the least-used weapon for all crimes. In fact, knives, feet and fists kill 5-7 times more Americans every year than AR-15 rifles; how are we supposed to take those away?
If a woman tells a man that he can’t come into her restroom or shower while she’s in it, is this an an act of discrimination? Should she be penalized under the law, or would that be legislative sexism?
Do you agree with Senator Booker that boys should have the right to compete against girls in girls-only sports and use their male gender advantage to rob those girls of their scholarship opportunities?
Question: Why does Senator Booker believe that only a woman can discriminate against a man if she tells him “no”? Can a man somehow not be discriminating against a woman when he forces himself into her private life?
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The historic rise in youth violence we're seeing is a direct result of the Democrat Party teaching society that our babies have no value; that women aren’t to be respected; that parents are not to be honored; that authority is to be rebelled against. We are reaping today what Democrats have sown for decades. Shouldn't we hold them accountable?
Instead of raising taxes to pay for their socialist agenda, New Jersey Democrats passed a law mandating our utility providers switch over to high-risk energy systems. Now, they're planning to pass those costs to you — through higher utility rates.
What’s happening to us right now is abuse of the most extreme kind — and New Jersey Democrats simply don’t care.
How many promises must a politician break before you consider them a liar? How much of your money is okay for Democrats to forcibly take and spend as they please?
America is called the “melting pot” for a reason. Immigration has been, and will always be, a staple of our nation’s heritage.
When Attorney General Grewal chose to lay down new policies that deny our law enforcement agencies the ability to equally enforce our laws, he violated his oath of office and engaged in a tyrannical abuse of power. The Supreme Court has firmly established that laws are to be equally enforced, that no one has the right to abuse their powers of office to advance a political ideology (while ignoring laws they disagree with).
Attorney General Grewal’s policies no longer allow ICE agents to interview illegal aliens who have been charged with a crime (unless the suspect signs a consent form first). If an illegal alien is the suspect of a violent crime — such as murder, rape or child abduction — Grewal denies our prosecutors the right to even ask the judge to hold them in jail simply because they violated federal immigration laws.
In Middlesex, NJ, authorities refused to honor an ICE detainer for Luis Perez, resulting in his release from county jail. Once freed, Perez made his way to Missouri, where he executed a shooting spree that killed three innocent victims and left two more wounded.
Juan Carlos Morales-Pedraza abducted a 15-year-old girl in New Jersey. He then fled with the teen, crossing state lines and repeatedly raping her over the course of two days. He was eventually captured by police on the Ohio Turnpike, and the girl was rescued from her hellish nightmare. Morales-Pedraza was an illegal alien who'd been previously deported, but had managed to re-enter.
Over 100 illegals wanted by ICE (including some wanted by Interpol) were arrested in New Jersey during a 30-day sweep in 2019. 90% of those arrested had either prior or pending criminal convictions — nevertheless, not a single New Jersey law enforcement agency chose to help ICE get these criminals off our streets, for fear of prosecution by Attorney General Grewal.
Governor Murphy, Attorney General Grewal and U.S. Senator Cory Booker have made a mockery of equality and justice by choosing who gets a pass and who faces penalties. This is a gross act of betrayal by a radicalized Democrat Party, and in too many cases, it has resulted in our fellow Americans having to pay with their lives.
As if to add insult to injury, New Jersey Democrats recently followed in the footsteps of California and New York. Driver’s licenses will now be issued to illegal aliens.
Right now, if you or I wished to get a New Jersey driver's license, we'd need to provide six points of identification. If an illegal alien wishes to get a license, all it takes is a single utility bill.
Do you believe it's moral for politicians to trade away your future — and our children's safety — for their own benefit? Together, we can:
In the fight for liberty and freedom, every effort counts. Thank you for your support.