Defense Spending and National Debt:
Designing Debt Reduction
As the 50th District Congressional Representative, I will work to ensure that Defense spending is held in check using innovative methods to create change within the services. Examples of this would include methods to reduce the cost of the Transition GPS (military career transition program) while improving services to service members and families; reduction in military sexual assault and harassment (currently 30,000 instances in 2018); and continued development of methods to systematically improve the Department of Defense.
As part of this, I will work collaboratively with other Congressional offices and federal agencies to ensure that expenditures are based upon actual need not contractor promoted projects. I will participate, as the 50th District Congressional Representative, in the evaluation of key financial factors that lead to increase annual national debt.
My commitment to you is to work to reduce the national debt while improving services. Ask me how...I have a well researched plan.