Changing Washington Where the Career Politicians Failed

As a successful businesswoman and mom of four, Lynne has the real world experience to get things done.

Jobs and Opportunity

We need more people with business experience in government. I was an executive at Home Depot and I have run a successful small business.  I know how to create jobs and I want to take this experience to Washington.

Thanks to President Trump, we’ve come a long way in the past few years and the economy is booming. In Congress, I will fight to make sure the Federal government is staying out of the way and that Atlanta’s economy can grow, families can climb the economic ladder, and young people have economic opportunity.

 

Health Care

We need real healthcare reform that will reduce premiums and make sure that everyone has access to affordable and high-quality care, including requiring insurance companies to cover everyone with pre-existing conditions. I believe patients and families should be in charge of their health care.  Washington liberals want to put the government in charge of their health care with their extreme Medicare for All scheme.

Education

As a mom, education is a critical issue for me. I want to make sure every child receives a quality education and make sure our kids are prepared for tomorrow’s jobs in the technological and global economy. We need to remove power from Washington bureaucrats and return it to our schools, parents, and local school districts. Additionally, we need to provide vocational training opportunities for students. A four-year college isn’t for everyone, and we need to make a career as a tradesperson as respected as the career of a college graduate. We need to raise teacher pay to attract the best and brightest to become educators in our schools. Finally, we need to reduce the cost of education so young Americans can graduate without crippling student debt.

Transportation & Infrastructure

Traffic is a major issue that impacts our quality of life.  In Congress, I will work to secure funding for vital transportation and infrastructure projects to ease congestion without raising taxes.

National Defense

As a conservative, I firmly believe that keeping America safe is our government’s top priority.  Part of defending our values is defending our country.

I am committed to making sure that our men and women in uniform have all the tools and resources they need to do their jobs as safely as possible.  We have more active duty soldiers in Georgia than almost any other state, with more than 27,000 men and women at Fort Benning alone.

I believe that we need to increase military spending to deal with the continued threat of radical Islamic terrorism, and new and resurgent threats posed by Russia and China. Our strength and our resolve in dealing with these threats is a powerful force for global stability.

Stopping Illegal Immigration

Our immigration system is broken and it is clear that the career politicians cannot fix it. This is why we need a political outsider to represent us in Washington.  We need to secure our border and build the wall.

Immigrants are our neighbors and friends, and they are an asset to our community.  There is a big difference, however, between legal immigration, which I support, and illegal immigration, which I strongly oppose.

Illegal immigration is not just a problem. It is an issue of national security, and it’s resulting in a humanitarian crisis on our southern border. We are a generous country, but we also believe in the rule of law, protecting American workers and putting Americans first.

Protecting Life

I am proudly pro-life. As a mother of four including an adopted child, I believe that every life is precious and deserves our protection.  I will work to advance common sense protections for women and their unborn children, including preventing late-term abortion and stopping taxpayers from having to pay for abortions.

Protecting the Second Amendment

I will defend the Second Amendment.  Law-abiding Georgians who want to own firearms for self-defense or hunting should be allowed to do so. And it’s our constitutional right.  We can address mental health, the failing federal background check system, and school safety while protecting the rights of law abiding gun owners.