Running for House District 34, like my life and work, is a call to service. I have served the families of Lee's Summit and Eastern Jackson County for 33 years as a small business owner, serving people in their homes, providing them safe, reliable HVAC services. I am on the leadership board at Lee's Summit Bible Church where Debbie and I served as youth group leaders and high school Sunday School teachers for over 20 years.
I have become involved because I want the people of the 34th District to have a voice in Jefferson City, to be able to push back against an overtaxing, over regulating, and an over-controlling government.
I will be the voice of traditional, conservative values. Someone with real business and professional experiences to help undo a government that is so big that it no longer hears or listens to the people it is supposed to be serving.
When you send me to Jefferson City, I will work hard to limit and restrict government intrusion into our families, homes, churches, businesses, and communities.
Self-governance is the foundation that our United States and the State of Missouri was founded on and we need to return it to the people of Missouri.
While government is necessary for an orderly and functioning society, it must be effective, efficient, and fulfill the needs of the people it serves without being bloated, overbearing, unfriendly, wasteful, bureaucratic, over regulating, overtaxing, and just out of control.