Greg’s Issues

America’s Greatest Threat: Inflation

Inflation is the greatest threat facing America today. If you can’t afford to pay your bills, other political issues are unimportant. Making life affordable needs to be our nation’s top priority. The solution is to stop messing with our money by taxing, printing, and spending money we don’t have.


The establishment doesn’t see things the way they are. Look at the rampant inflation.

Americans understand what it means to pay more than $4 a gallon at the pump, or $5 for a gallon of milk. Everyone sees that life costs more and we have to bring those costs down. Now.

Why do things cost more? Because politicians keep passing laws and spending more money. The US government spent $20,000 per person last year.

When the bill comes, the government just prints more money. In 2021 alone, the US printed more money than the combined costs of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Spanish-American War, Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm, War in Afghanistan, and the War in Iraq.

Washington elites believe they don’t have to follow the rules like the rest of us. They’re running the country, causing the country to spend more money than it has, then tax us to “fix the mess.”

The solution is to stop messing with our money by taxing, printing, and spending money we don’t have. It’s a simple solution, and we need leadership willing to get the job done.

Revive Ohio’s Economy

Ohioans deserve an economic revival. A full-spectrum invigoration of our economy- bringing the old, quality manufacturing jobs back while encouraging cutting-edge small business innovation.


It’s easy for someone running for office to say something empty like, “I will help bring more jobs to the area.” Ohioans don’t only need jobs- they need careers. Long-term prospects that will build our economy.

If Walmart, McDonalds, or Circle K are the only places you can find employment without a college degree, that is a failure of government. Corporate America wants more laws, more taxes, more regulation to bury competition and prospects for their fellow Americans. Our “leaders” are happy to give them what they want.

Fixing our nation's problems won’t happen if we cater to the Elite and their allies. By reducing regulation, providing coordination with private industry, and incentivizing businesses to return to Ohio, we can give Ohioans opportunities for good careers. This prosperity will spread country-wide.

Stop Drugs & Crime

Every Ohio neighborhood should be a liveable neighborhood. I will never let Congress defund our police. I will do what it takes to get fentanyl and deadly opiates off of Ohio’s streets so businesses and families can thrive. That’s a promise.



Economic decline invites the worst elements of society. Government elites don’t want to take responsibility for it, so the decline continues.

We in Ohio know it better than most because we have seen the process in our own neighborhoods- the jobs go out, the drugs come in, and criminals make a killing at the expense of innocent local people. Government officials look the other way so they don’t have to admit it's their fault. Eventually, that once great neighborhood becomes a de facto no-go zone.

I am committed to keeping our police fully funded. I am committed to putting drug dealers and other criminals behind bars. I am committed to bringing opportunities back to hit the heart of this problem.

Reduce the Federal Government

The Federal government is out of control. They have taken power from the states, the localities, and the people and demand zero accountability. Once elected, I must ensure that the federal government is not infringing on the rights of Ohioans to operate our state as we like.



Federal law, and the federal government, have expanded extensively within the last 100 years, far exceeding the designs or intentions of our founding fathers. We’re beholden to scores of three-letter agencies. Sell meat with the wrong font, and you could be getting a letter from the DOJ (21 USC §461 & 9 CFR §381.171).

The best government is small, local government. It is not difficult to knock on our mayor’s door when he makes a political decision we disagree with; try that with the president. By keeping the most important elements of government with local government, we ensure that we as everyday citizens maintain control over the government that affects us.

Serving in federal office is incredibly important. The primary role as a representative of Ohio is to ensure that the elites in DC, New York, and California do not force their will upon me or my neighbors here in Ohio.




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