Refueling the Economy After COVID-19
Our legislature should clear the path for economic recovery after this pandemic. We can start by cutting taxes, unneeded regulations, and rolling back unnecessary government spending and programs. We can also work to make it much easier to work from home, start new businesses, and support creative technologies to help jump-start our state economy again. John’s experience in data, economics, and creating job growth in the mortgage industry following the housing bubble in 2008, will be invaluable as we navigate obstacles to find solutions.
We need to encourage people to protect themselves and their families, but we need to jump-start the economy after COVID-19 by cutting taxes, removing unneeded regulations, and rolling back unnecessary government.
We always need to take threats seriously, but we also need to balance individual liberty. Think of it as a balance between protecting our freedoms, public health, economy, small business, and every individual Utahn affected by our response.
I will always put Utahns and their family’s budget first. I will team with others and find innovative ways to reduce spending and make our government more efficient. I will focus on making it easier to work from home, start new businesses, and support creative technologies.