Jennifer Tullius

I’m running for the state assembly today because the state I know, and love is in deep trouble.

My name is Jennifer Tullius. I was born and raised in California, and I’m running for the state assembly today because the state I know, and love is in deep trouble. The homeless crisis, rising crime rates, traffic congestion and the high cost of living are forcing thousands of Californians to flee the state each year. Something must be done to turn things around.

I’m a business owner. The high cost of doing business here is ridiculous.  Taxes, regulations, and fees.  They all take their toll.  No wonder California constantly ranks as one of the least business-friendly states.

I’m appalled that we’re putting felons and hardened criminals back on our streets, and that our cities and the state are purposely not assisting the US Border Patrol as they try to keep us safe from criminal illegal aliens and gangs.

I’m embarrassed that our education system is failing our kids. There’s more concern for teaching children about sex and sexual orientation than simple basics. Why don’t we teach home economics, auto shop, budgeting and balancing checkbooks? Our schools are failing our kids.

Our roads are crumbling. Our electricity is being turned off. Crime is on the rise. The homeless epidemic is out of control. Drug abuse is destroying communities.

Enough.

I’m running for assembly to fight for you, your families, and our communities.

I would be honored to have your vote.

Thank you.

– Jennifer

 

Jennifer Tullius

Jennifer Tullius

Candidate for State Assembly

 

Jennifer Tullius was born and raised in California.  Although she didn’t come from a privileged background, at a young age she learned the value of hard work.

Jennifer is a small business owner.  She had always dreamed of owning her own business, and it was important to her to build a business that could be worked from home since her children were still young. With the support of her husband she started a medical billing company.  By 2007, her company had grown, and Jennifer moved the business to office space in Rancho Cucamonga and she began hiring employees. The company continued to grow, and today Jennifer employees fourteen.

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Issues

Making California Business-Friendly Again

I’m a business owner. The high cost of doing business here is ridiculous.  Taxes, regulations, and fees all take their toll.  No wonder California constantly ranks as one of the least business-friendly states, and nearly every week we hear of another business fleeing our state.  As your Assemblywoman, I will oppose new taxes, and work to roll back both taxes and onerous regulations that harm our businesses and destroy local jobs.

Crime

I’m appalled that we’re putting felons and hardened criminals back on our streets. Since California decriminalized many crimes, we’ve seen a tremendous increase in criminal behavior – property and drug-related crimes continue to increase. As your Assemblywoman, I’ll fight to make sure that we punish criminals, not let them loose with a slap on the wrist.

Sanctuary State

The fact that many of our cities and the state are purposely not assisting the US Border Patrol as they try to keep us safe from criminal illegal aliens and gangs is absolutely appalling. I will work to repeal the state’s “sanctuary” law and prevent cities and municipalities from declaring themselves “sanctuary cities.” We must not protect criminal illegal aliens.  They should be arrested, prosecuted, and if appropriate, deported.

Education

I’m embarrassed that our education system is failing our kids. There’s more concern for teaching children about sex and sexual orientation than simple basics. I believe we need to see a return to basics and also vocational training. We need to prepare our students for the real world. Why don’t we teach home economics, auto shop, budgeting and balancing checkbooks? Our schools are failing our kids and I’m committed to making a change.

Homeless Crisis

The homeless epidemic is out of control fueled by drug addiction, mental health problems, and the lack of affordable housing. We must tackle this crisis head-on. That means providing substance abuse treatment for those who are willing to accept it; expanding public, private and faith-based mental health services; and even reducing the regulatory costs that are helping to drive up the cost of housing.