Dear Friends and Neighbors,
The 2022 legislative session is over. You should have received a hard copy mailer in the mail recently from myself and my seatmates, Rep. Rob Chase and Sen. Mike Padden. In it, we give a thorough review of the session, including updates on budgets and taxes, public safety issues, emergency powers reform, the long-term care tax, firearms legislation and more.
If you didn’t receive the mailer, or if you haven’t had time to look it over, I’ve included it below. This is also the last email update you’ll receive from me for awhile. Due to election-year restrictions beginning May 16, I will not be able to send email updates until after the November general election results are certified. The exception would be if a special session is called.
Also, as I wrote in the hard copy mailer, this is my last year as your state representative from the 4th District. It has been the honor of a lifetime serving you in the state House of Representatives these past eight years. I want to thank you for placing your trust in me – it is not something I ever took lightly or for granted! However, I believe my time in the state House has come to an end. I will not be seeking re-election to the Legislature this year.
It was humbling to follow in my father’s footsteps. The late Sen. Bob McCaslin was a champion of private property rights, individual liberty, and fiscal conservative values. I hope I was able to partially fill his large shoes. Thank you for allowing me to serve you.
However, I remain your state representative until the end of the year. Please feel free to contact my office if you have questions or concerns about state government issues.