Believe it or not, the 2012 election season is already upon us and I'm still "Steamed Up" about the state of our State! As you know, it is vital that we keep applying pressure on the "Powers that Be" at the General Assembly, revealing cronyism by blowing the whistle on backroom dealings and working diligently to free our State from excessive government regulation, things that we all know continue to crush our economy and harm our residents.
I am extremely proud to have the distinction and honor of being the youngest member ever elected to the Rhode Island Senate. I take this roll very seriously, and strive to serve with the utmost integrity, remaining untained by those who seek to squash the voice of you, the residents of Rhode Island.
During the 2010 election season, my message was simple. I promised to never support a tax increase, to stand up for small businesses and to fearlessly oppose those who would seek to quiet the people's will. I promised to be an advocate for less government intrustion in all of our lives. I am proud to have kept each and every one of my promises.
There is much more still to be done to bring common sense solutions to our State's ailing economy and this is why I've decided to seek a second term as your Senator. With your help, I will continue to be the Whistle Blower in the General Assembly - pushing for the changes necessary to turn our State around. My opponenet will surely have the backing of union leadership's machine - a machine used to funnel extorted dues into his pockets and to churn out many brain-washed volunteers, all in its coordinated effort to buy your future through the purchase of an indebted legislator who will promote its socialistic ideas. If this machine is not stopped, it will inevitably crush the voices of many hard-working union members and residents like you and me.
Together, I believe we can stop this and create a brighter future for Rhode Island. I respectfully ask for your vote this November.
I welcome the opportunity to speak with you, so please do not hesitate to call me at (401) - 473-7784.