It’s more than issuing political press-release talking points calling for less taxes, less regulation, and limited government. Yes, those are objectives that will lead to a more prosperous society, stronger families, a better education system, and less crime.
But Wisconsin’s legislature and future governor need to see things drastically different than they do today. We need to lay out an executable plan for implementing change, rallying Wisconsinites around impactful reforms while creating a more effective, efficient government that works for the people instead of the other way around.
What follows are several key areas of change and future innovation the people of Wisconsin can get excited about. These changes represent opportunities I have seen over the past decade as a member of the legislature, along with my experience owning and operating my own companies and in my public accounting work as a CPA. Some of the ideas represent a new approach, other ideas have been discussed but not yet implemented.
Any one of these areas is an immense amount of work, but each is an easy choice over the past three years of frustration and negativity. Prosperity and progress in Wisconsin have been stopped dead in its tracks by the elitist progressive policy controlling the Democratic party. We need a vision for a more prosperous Wisconsin where more people thrive.
We need a vision that allows a wider base of voters to get excited again about the people they elect to represent them.