About The Candidate

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How YOU can Help:

I need your prayers, voice, and support.

Your prayers will help us fight on, your voice will lend a hand to get the message out and of course, any financial assistance will aid in defending the America that’s ours.

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I will act on issues that are in the best interest of the United States and its citizens. We have to act. You know it and I know it!

I don’t want an AMERICA where our major industries, crippled by government mandates, taxes, and regulations, that are taxpayer-supported can no longer compete in the global marketplace.

I don’t want an AMERICA where all employers will be forced to hire and promote not according to ability but according to race, gender, and ethnicity — all in the name of “diversity”. Hire on qualifications, not quotas!

I don’t want an AMERICA where our once-great centers of finance, industry, culture, and innovation — from New York to the Silicon Valley — will have gone to seed, while only Washington, D.C., and its environs prosper.

I don’t want an AMERICA, where only politicians, government bureaucrats, and their favored constituencies are able to thrive — and where the only “liberty” that remains is the government’s unlimited freedom to control every aspect of your life.

Checks should be made out to:

Taylor for Office

P.O. Box 917

Cumberland, WI 54829

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