Cracking Down on Homeless Vagrancy
The city has been overwhelmed by homeless individuals because it essentially rolled out the red carpet and invited them to come to the city. "It's sort of like 'if you build it, they will come.'"
Fixing our Failing Schools
The time has come for city schools to compete in the marketplace of ideas, give parents more options and stop trapping kids by their zip codes.
It's a matter of increasing supply to meet demand, not increasing government to dictate to markets.
Reducing Crime and Protecting Neighborhoods
Quality of life has degraded substantially and crime is on the rise in the city.
Development that Rebuilds Manchester’s Middle Class
Here’s a hard truth. As Manchester’s economy has grown, Middle Class have either left the city for the surrounding towns or moved to them from other places for jobs in our city. Let this stat sink in: 46,863 people commute into Manchester from surrounding towns to work every day. That’s the Middle Class, and some wealthy folks, coming to work in our city from their suburban homes.
Holding the Line on Spending and Taxes
Taxpayers are poorly represented by the current mayor and the majority of their aldermanic board. We need a mayor who presents responsible budgets that stay within the tax cap.