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Cat Ping U.S. Representative 7

Cat Ping

Cat Ping for U.S. Representative, 7

Location
Indianapolis , Indiana
District / Locality
7
County
Marion
Political Affiliation
Republican
Office
U.S. Representative
Incumbency
Challenger
Election Date
05/03/2016

FULL PROFILE

Position Spectrum Key
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  • NEUTRAL
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  • SUPPORT
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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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Quick Bio

I'm running for United States Representative in Indiana’s 7th Congressional District. As a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel, I know what it means to serve and sacrifice for a country that I love dearly. But no sacrifice is too great when it comes to protecting the rights and freedoms granted by our Creator and secured by our Founders. I seek to serve once again as your representative in Congress. I am a lifelong resident of Indianapolis and otherwise uniquely positioned to represent my community and neighbors in Washington D.C.

My Positions

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Government

“Scale back the size and scope of some of the government branches and agencies...reduce the redundancy that overlaps in mission and authority. Redistribute budget tax dollars to the programs to go to helping the people, not bloating the government, and pay down the deficit. ”

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Government

“Reign in the out of control regulating from some of the agencies, i.e.., the EPA, TSA, DHS, FEMA, to name a few. ”

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Energy Technology & Coal

“Improve our energy footprint and efficiencies. Pass the XL Pipeline and get people to work. Draft legislation for the EPA to work with oil companies to increase the number of oil processing refineries and upgrade and retrofit older ones. ”

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Obamacare

“Obamacare is a law waiting to blow up to IRS proportions. It is already designed to be under IRS Department CONTROL...all the more reason to get rid of it! And if you don't know why the IRS, it's because Obamacare is a law that punishes those don't have insurance and the IRS is the branch of the government that will it enforce it with penalties and fines.”

Message Board

My time with Amos

Central Indiana lost a valued member of our community, both in the media and at large, when Amos Brown passed away unexpectedly last November (2015). I was fortunate enough to spend time with Amos after winning the Republican nomination in 2014. You can hear my interview by clicking the link below.

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