Arizona can’t afford to have Dems in charge

The treatment of Brett Kavanaugh and his family is only the most recent example of how far Democrats are willing to go in their destructive quest for power. Still reeling from their loss in 2016, the Party of Pelosi has emerged as a radical element held together by one objective: rolling back the progress America has made under President Trump’s leadership. They make no secret about it. To Democrats, the biggest tax cuts in American history were nothing more than “crumbs.” Enraged by President Trump’s desire to enforce our immigration laws, Democrats now call for the abolishment of ICE and the obstruction of any attempts to secure our borders.

At any other time, it would be easy to dismiss these statements as outbursts from the socialist fringe. In 2018, however, they are key planks of the Democratic platform. I would ask you to contrast these radical proposals with the actions taken by Republicans right here in Arizona.

In April of this year, Republicans approved the 20x2020 plan for education, which will see the biggest teacher pay raise in Arizona history. The Republican majority will continue to make education a priority by supporting the Arizona Teachers Academy and the Cops on Campus program.

Under Republican leadership, Arizona is enjoying increased consumer confidence, low unemployment, rising wages and record state revenues. Republicans in the Arizona Legislature will ensure that we keep our state’s economy booming.

The Democratic party is out of step with the concerns of hard-working Arizonans. Democrats want to raise taxes to finance government programs and redistribute wealth. Democrats want to abolish ICE and leave our Southern border wide open.

Republicans will continue to oppose tax increases that would take money out of your pocket, drive away investment, and hurt Arizona’s small businesses. Republicans will stand with the men and women of law enforcement and are committed to keeping Arizona safe. When comparing Democratic policies to Republican results, one thing is clear: It is crucial that we elect Republicans to every office in this state.

State Rep. Anthony Kern
Legislative District 20

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