Below are some of his opinions from ontheissues.org but not a lot…you must click on several links read between the lines to find the answers, but privatization of everything seems to be the appropriate conclusion. So, if you need more go to his website which basically reveals the same … privatize privatize privatize …hope his constituents ask at what cost!?
. ObamaCare is an absolute disaster and it needs to be repealed immediately. We need a free market replacement that puts Georgia patients–not government bureaucrats or special interests–first
. “My mission has been to cut government regulations, streamline government, make government more efficient and really help small business owners,” said Sec. of State Kemp.
. He is for expanding this tax credit progam, businesses and hardworking Georgians can have a say in saving their local healthcare options – and with conservative leadership in our state, we will get it done. But what are the consequences? what are the potential costs to patients? no caps? for more into go to allongeorgia.com
.Education … Your zip code should not determine your potential. Rural students deserve the same opportunities and experiences as those who live in highly populated counties. We must give the future generation the tools necessary to learn, grow, and thrive. Support and grow virtual learning opportunities for rural students, which includes challenging courses for high achieving students and remedial opportunities for students that need a different environment in order to achieve Work with non-profit organizations to fund after school programs that teach soft skills, prepare tomorrow’s workforce Give students and parents flexibility by doubling the SSO private school Scholarship Tax Credits Promote teaching in rural settings Encourage school systems to provide after-hours learning and internet access to students Enhance local control and allow local school boards to create customized curriculums for students Promote charter schools for communities with struggling schools
Health care … Rural Georgians are struggling with limited access to quality health care and more rural hospitals are at risk of shuttering. There is no magic formula, but through innovation, we can expand access to health care. By working in tandem with healthcare leaders, experts and local stakeholders, we can improve healthcare outcomes for all Georgians. Grow tele-medicine services through the expansion of high speed internet Support and expand incentives for medical providers in rural Georgia End the stranglehold of Obamacare and promote Georgia-focused, free-market based healthcare reform that will lower costs and expand service and options Work with community leaders to develop local solutions to save struggling hospitals Explore incentives for companies, hospitals to expand transportation services
. Veterans … Our military bases train American soldiers, protect our Homeland, and secure freedom around the world. Beyond their mission, Georgia’s military installations drive the local economy and create countless economic opportunities for rural communities throughout our state. Defending our bases from BRAC must remain a key priority for our next Governor. We must also work with military leaders to ensure that workforce development opportunities exist for those entering into the civilian world. Continue the Governor’s Defense Initiative Establish A military liaison in the Governor’s office Support a State-level Military Fund Ease the transition for retiring military Pilot ESA Program for Military Families Empowers parents to choose custom plan for their child’s education Offers flexibility, better approach to learning Enhances outcomes for students Enhance the working relationships between military base leadership, local governments, higher educational institutions and businesses to ensure joint local economic development strategies are in play.
for more information go to the kemp website …