Jeanne will stand up and fight for Constitutional Carry in the Georgia Senate as your next Lt. Governor in the great state of Georgia!
We will continue to fight for voter integrity. Our state recently passed common sense voting security measures. Of course, the radical left hated it because it took away their capabilities to cheat. Despite the pressure from major corporations and President Biden, Jeanne will not be intimidated by donors or other politicians. When Georgians believe that something is right, we refuse to back down.
Georgians want to Feel Safe Again. I will always stand up for our Men & Women in Law Enforcement and First Responders to make sure they have the support and tools needed to keep us safe.
Advocate for Veterans: If our veterans are going to have our backs to make the ultimate sacrifice, we will have their backs when they return home. Jeanne will prioritize awareness on the benefits offered to our Veterans from the Georgia Department of Veteran Services. She will ensure any new spending directed towards our veterans is for their best interest.
Children & Family Services: As a Child Advocate for over 15 years, Jeanne understands the needs of our at-risk children in Georgia. As your Lt. Governor, she will prioritize state efforts to focus more on prevention of unlawful Juvenile activity and fostering safer and more sustainable communities for our children to grow up in.
A Healthier Georgia: Jeanne will advocate for alternatives that lower healthcare premiums, lower the cost of prescription drugs, and provide overall better healthcare coverage through a Direct Primary Care approach. This will allow for greater healthcare access to both urban and rural Georgia.
Pro-Life: Jeanne will acknowledge Life in its purest form by protecting the unborn. Our campaign has been Certified by the Georgia Life Alliance.
Primary Education: Jeanne will lead the charge to make sure that Critical Race Theory is not forced on our children and families. She will call for legislation that mandates teaching our children American History and American values, not dividing us by skin color.
Secondary Education: Some of the best trade and tech schools in the nation are right here in Georgia. All of these are more affordable than 4-year colleges, and give students more specialized skills that will prepare them for future careers in areas such as business, forestry, construction, or tourism. Jeanne will focus on supporting students who choose attend these schools as they are more likely to stay in stay in our great state; securing jobs in our high demand industries.
There are 120 Counties out of 159 Counties that are considered rural Georgia. Reliable Internet Access has been an ongoing issue for many of them. Jeanne shall advocate to expedite access and minimize regulations involved in expanding internet access across our state. So much of our vital infrastructures, including schools and hospitals, need it. Georgia can no longer afford to go on without it.
Jeanne will work to insure in-place state law aimed at protecting Georgians and our tax dollars from illegal immigration is actually enforced.
Abolish the Georgia State Income Tax
Continue research and study committee on implementing
the Georgia Fair Tax Act (GA -HB 543)
Replacing our state income tax with a consumption tax on both goods and services will make Georgia unique in attracting employers. Key competitors like Florida, Texas and Tennessee have no state personal income tax, but ours will have no corporate income tax. Plus, a new consumption tax will only be a small increase in today’s sales tax, as we include services as well as goods.
And a successful state Fair Tax can be a model for potentially implementing a national FAIR Tax that will make the U.S. the envy of the world in job creation.
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Title 48 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to revenue and taxation, so as to repeal income taxes in their entirety; to completely revise sales and use taxes; to repeal the corporate net worth tax; to provide for conditions and limitations; to provide for legislative findings; to provide definitions; to provide a short title; to provide for related matters; to provide an effective date; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
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