Re-Elect Rob Hutton on November 3rd
Re-Elect Rob Hutton on November 3rd
It is not enough for the state to rely on traditional means or to simply “increase funding”. We need to reduce the cost of providing great health care.
We need to continue to push for lowering health care costs that will encourage competition, require greater transparency, strengthen doctor-patients relationships, and improve quality care for all Wisconsin residents. We also must continue to push the appropriate use of technology for virtual health care.
As your State Representative, I have supported legislation that helps drive down health care costs through market driven solutions and directly ties quality health care to cost effective solutions.
I believe that protecting the safety of our citizens is one of the primary goals of government. Today, there are many in our society who do not believe they are fairly protected and feel that the wheels of justice are moving against them. We cannot dismiss this, and that is why I support legislation from Senator Tim Scott that would adjudicate the rare instance when a person in uniform violates public trust.
However, notions of our men and woman in law enforcement being the enemy are absurd. Calls for defunding police departments, denying them due process, and failing to give them the appreciate they deserve is dangerous on multiple levels.
I have rode with police in their squad cars, and I’ve seen firsthand their actions to face dangerous situations so that we don’t have too. They are men and women of courage and they deserve our support, respect, and appreciation.
As a graduate of Brookfield East HS and a father of 4 children, quality education is a personal concern for our family. As your State Representative, I have supported policies that ensure all of our state’s children have the educational advantages they deserve.
I strongly supported the historic $11.5 billion dollar investment in our K-12 school system in the 2018-2019 state budget.
I also support school choice, an initiative that allows families the ability to choose the school they believe gives their child the best opportunity to learn and succeed.
We have too many individuals in government that believe the role of hard working citizens is to continue feeding the ever growing size and reach of government programs.
While the private sector and individual families determine how much money they have and budget accordingly, the government determines how much money it wants to spend and taxes accordingly. This process has many states and our federal government on the verge of bankruptcy.
As a small business owner, I have seen firsthand how the private sector is the driver of our state economy. As a State Representative, I have used my private sector experience to push for economic reforms and have introduced policies that further realign our tax and spend policies along constitutional boundaries. I have fought for legislation that has shrunk the size of our state government and continue to work on new tax policies to simplify our tax code.
As your State Representative I have supported legislation that protects the unborn and voted to eliminate any state or federal funding that contributes to the harm of our most vulnerable citizens. But it shouldn’t end there.
We need to see all human life as equal value regardless of one’s age, zip code, race, gender, physical or mental ability, or their perceived contribution to society. We must guarantee proper legal protections for those lives to ensure that no moral or political shift can degrade or jeopardize them.
Citizens are demanding that elected officials shrink government back within constitutional boundaries and restore the freedoms and liberties outlined in the Constitution itself.
To reinforce these boundaries, I authored the BASE budget bill requiring all state agencies to report how they spend every dollar of your hard earned money. This provides important transparency so we can make sure that your money is being spent wisely.