Issues

Jobs/Economy

The number one issue facing Georgian’s today is the economy.  When business prospers, our economy grows.  Lower taxes are the first step to creating economic opportunity.  Jesse has worked for an efficient and effective state government.  He will continue to look for ways to incentivize businesses to add jobs and locate in our area.  Jesse will battle for 21st Century transportation solutions so our area can grow and prosper.

 

tax formCutting Taxes

Jesse believes that you know how to spend your money better than the government.  If families, farmers, and small businesses keep more of their hard-earned money, they will invest in their businesses and in the local economy.  This means more jobs.  Jesse knows that we have to keep taxes low so families can survive, spend and invest in their businesses.  At the same time, we have to make sure we can fund vital government services.

That’s why he voted to place an amendment to the Constitution capping your state income tax at 6%.  And that’s just the start!

 

Education

Jesse has served as a part-time instructor in Criminal Justice at East Georgia College.  He has first hand experience in education so Jesse knows we must challenge our students and give them the tools they need to succeed.  We must also encourage our parents to realize they are a partner in their child’s education and that education doesn’t just occur in the classroom.  We must support educators and restore discipline to the classroom.  Finally, our educational system should emphasize traditional values and create a desire to learn.

 

babyProtecting Our Values

Jesse Stone is one of us.  He believes that faith and family are the cornerstones of our state & country.  Jesse is pro-life, supports our constitutional right to keep and bear arms, and will defend the traditional definition of marriage.  We can count on Jesse to defend our values and represent our beliefs in Atlanta.

 

Experience

Jesse Stone has the experience we need.  His record of cutting taxes, expanding infrastructure, eliminating wasteful government spending, attracting major investment projects, and encouraging local industry to grow is what we need. In just 4 short years, Jesse has risen to the position of Committee Chairman.  Jesse is a leader in the Senate.  This isn’t the time for “on the job training.”  We need a proven leader we can trust to provide solutions to get our economy moving again and put our neighbors back to work.