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Economic Stance:

1 Limited government intervention in the economy.
2 Free markets and free enterprise.
3 Protection of individual rights and liberties.
4 C. Goals:
5 Encourage economic growth and job creation.
6 Reduce government spending and the national debt.
7 Simplify the tax code and reduce tax burdens.
8 Promote fair and free trade.

II. Tax Reform
A. Simplification: Implement a simplified tax code that reduces the complexity and compliance costs for businesses and individuals.
B. Reduction of Corporate Tax Rates: Lower the corporate tax rate to make the U.S. more competitive in the global market and encourage domestic investment.
C. Elimination of Loopholes: Eliminate tax loopholes and special interest deductions to create a level playing field for all businesses and individuals.

III. Regulatory Reform
A. Review and Repeal of Burdensome Regulations: Review existing regulations and repeal those that are overly burdensome or unnecessary, which would reduce the cost of doing business and promote innovation.
B. Streamlining of Regulatory Processes: Streamline the regulatory approval process to reduce the time and cost associated with bringing new products and services to market.
C. Promotion of Innovation: Foster a regulatory environment that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship.

IV. Spending Reform
A. Reduction of Government Spending: Implement spending cuts and reforms to reduce the size and scope of the federal government, with a focus on eliminating waste and duplicative programs.
B. Prioritization of Essential Programs: Prioritize spending on essential programs and services that support the health, safety, and well-being of the American people.
C. Elimination of Waste and Fraud: Eliminate waste and fraud in government programs to ensure taxpayer dollars are used effectively and efficiently.

V. Trade and Foreign Policy
A. Promotion of Free and Fair Trade: Pursue free and fair trade agreements that open markets and create opportunities for American businesses and workers.
B. Protection of Intellectual Property Rights: Ensure strong protections for intellectual property rights to encourage innovation and investment in new ideas and technologies.
C. Strengthening of National Security: Prioritize national security in trade and foreign policy decisions to protect the interests of the American people.

VI. Monetary Policy
A. Stable and Predictable Monetary Policy: Maintain a stable and predictable monetary policy to promote confidence in the U.S. economy and support long-term growth.
B. Promotion of Price Stability: Ensure price stability to preserve the purchasing power of the U.S. dollar and maintain confidence in the currency.
C. Protection of the U.S. Dollar: Preserve the U.S. dollar as the world's reserve currency to maintain its value and stability.



National Security Stance:

1 Protection of American sovereignty and interests.
2 Respect for individual rights and liberties.
3 Promotion of global stability and security.

II. Border Security
A. Secure Borders: Strengthen border security to prevent illegal immigration, human trafficking, and the smuggling of drugs and weapons.
B. Immigration Enforcement: Enforce immigration laws to ensure that only those who follow the legal process are allowed to enter and remain in the United States.

III. Military and Defense
A. Strong National Defense: Maintain a strong and modern military to deter and respond to threats against the United States and its allies.
B. Efficient Use of Resources: Prioritize defense spending to ensure the military is well-equipped and trained, while avoiding wasteful spending and ensuring taxpayer dollars are used effectively.

IV. Intelligence and Cybersecurity
A. Robust Intelligence Gathering: Utilize advanced intelligence gathering techniques to identify and prevent threats to the United States, while respecting the privacy and civil liberties of its citizens.
B. Cybersecurity: Invest in cybersecurity measures to protect critical infrastructure, government networks, and private sector systems from cyber threats.

V. Alliances and Diplomacy
A. Strong Alliances: Maintain and strengthen strategic alliances with like-minded countries to promote global stability and security.
B. Effective Diplomacy: Engage in diplomatic efforts to resolve conflicts and promote peace, while prioritizing the interests of the United States and its citizens.




Energy Independence Stance:

1 Energy independence and security.
2 Free-market competition.
3 Limited government intervention.

II. Energy Independence and Security
A. Domestic Energy Production: Encourage domestic production of oil, natural gas, and other energy resources to reduce dependence on foreign sources and strengthen national security.
B. Energy Infrastructure: Invest in energy infrastructure, such as pipelines, power grids, and storage facilities, to ensure reliable and efficient delivery of energy to consumers.
C. Energy Efficiency: Promote energy efficiency through voluntary programs and incentives, rather than government mandates or regulations.

III. Free-Market Competition
A. Elimination of Subsidies and Regulations: Remove subsidies and regulations that distort energy markets and create barriers to entry for new competitors.
B. Market-Based Solutions: Allow the market to determine the most efficient and cost-effective energy sources and technologies, without government interference.
C. Transparency and Consumer Choice: Provide consumers with transparent information about energy sources and costs, and empower them to make informed decisions about their energy consumption.

IV. Limited Government Intervention
A. Reduction of Government Involvement: Limit the role of the federal government in the energy sector, allowing states and local communities to make decisions about energy development and use.
B. Protection of Property Rights: Ensure that property rights are respected and protected, including the rights of landowners to develop and use their resources as they see fit.
C. Environmental Protection: Utilize market-based incentives and voluntary programs to protect the environment, rather than relying on heavy-handed government regulations.


Education Stance:

1 Respect for local control and decision-making.
2 Promotion of educational choice and competition.
3 Limited federal involvement in education.

II. Decentralization of Education
A. Elimination of Federal Education Department: Abolish the federal Department of Education and devolve its functions to the state and local levels.
B. State and Local Control: Allow states and local communities to make decisions about curriculum, standards, and funding, based on the needs and priorities of their students and families.

III. School Choice
A. Support for Charter Schools: Encourage the growth of charter schools, which provide an alternative to traditional public schools and promote competition and innovation in the education system.
B. Tax Credits and Scholarships: Provide tax credits and scholarships for families to choose the best educational options for their children, including private and religious schools.
C. Homeschooling Support: Support homeschooling families by providing resources and removing unnecessary regulations that impede their ability to educate their children.

IV. Curriculum and Standards
A. Local Control: Allow states and local communities to develop and implement their own curriculum and standards, based on the needs and values of their communities.
B. Parental Involvement: Encourage parental involvement in the education of their children, including the right to review and provide input on curriculum and instructional materials.


Pledge to the People of Florida's 14th District:

I am not joining Congress to enrich myself. As your Congressional Representative, I pledge to:

Not trade on any stock platform.
Not engage in pay-for-play schemes.
Not create financial freedom on the backs and sweat of my fellow Americans. 

America succeeding after four disastrous years of Bidenomics and Americans gaining financial easement is a pillar of my campaign. I will work tirelessly to implement these policies and unapologetically put Americans first

Committee to Elect Nathaniel Snyder
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