Common Sense for Vermont's Future
Here are some things I believe in:
*Limit state government in scope, size, and cost.
*Promote a family friendly living and work environment.
*Protect the right to gun ownership by lawful citizens.
*Reject carbon taxes and climate mandates.
*Protect the sanctity of life.
The house you see pictured above is our homestead, built by my cousin and me. We hired out some items but did the bulk of the work ourselves. There were long days and nights involved as you can imagine but we got it done. We watched our money, sacrificed where we needed to, and were in it for the long haul. There aren't many frills, no fancy angle cuts, no extras, but something WE COULD AFFORD.
Our state government needs to build budgets that we can afford, make sacrifices where necessary, and enact "no frill" policies that won't bankrupt our state! I don't have all the answers but I know folks want responsible government! I look forward to this campaign and hopefully will meet many of you in the coming months. It is important to me that you know EXACTLY where I stand on issues so that you can vote with knowledge this November.
I am a 1973 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point. Our family moved to Clarendon in 1978 after a 5 year career as an artillery officer in the regular army. I worked with the Bell system phone companies as an outside plant engineer, beginning with New England Telephone, from 1978 to 2003. Since then I have work as a contract engineer to the telephone industry in Vermont and other New England states. I may be better known as the founder of the Mill River Union High School football program, which I also coached for 6 years. I have also served as a member of the Mill River Board of Directors in the late 90s to the early 2000s. I am a member of St. Patrick's Parish in Wallingford.
Putting My Experience