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Cory Stuper State Representative 99

Cory Stuper

Cory Stuper for State Representative, 99

Location
Ashtabula, Ohio
District / Locality
99
County
Ashtabula
Political Affiliation
Republican
Office
State Representative
Incumbency
Challenger
Election Date
11/06/2018

FULL PROFILE

Position Spectrum Key
  • NOT APPLICABLE
    N/A
  • STRONGLY OPPOSE
    O+
  • OPPOSE
    O
  • NEUTRAL
    N
  • SUPPORT
    S
  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

Quick Bio

I am running for Ohio House of Representatives in 2018 for district 99. I believe in the future of our district; with some hard work and will to succeed we can achieve those goals together. I was born and raised in Ashtabula County, and I just recently got out of the army where I served five years. Three of those years were in leadership positions, and two of them I held the rank of sergeant. I want to bring my leadership and drive to district 99. I want to make sure generations to come have a great quality of life. We need to ensure we are retaining residents for a lifetime of happiness.

My Positions

SUPPORT
S

Minimum Wage

“Minimum wage in today's America is always a huge discussion among the younger generations. My stance on raising the minimum wage is that I support it. To clarify, I support it, but we must fix our economy before we can raise the wage. With increased wages will come inflation. I think right now, we should focus on fixing district 99's economy, and then we can talk about raising the wages.”

NEUTRAL
N

Affordable Housing

“My views on affordable housing might not be identical to yours, but that is okay. I believe we should have houses that the average American can afford, but I do not believe a county should be filled with Government assistance on housing. The price of homes are on the rise, but that also means that the economy is slowly turning around. I think you should pay what the home is worth, not 80% more.”

SUPPORT
S

Gun Control

“I am pro 2nd Amendment, and I believe every U.S. law-abiding citizen should have the right to protect themselves. I do though agree that background checks are vital to ensure guns are in the right people's hands. The last thing I want is someone who is suspected terrorist to own a weapon in the homeland. I also disagree with elected officials who want to ban assault rifles. ”

STRONGLY SUPPORT
S+

Agriculture & Farms

“District 99 has so much agriculture and farms. I fully support these farmers, and all the hard work they do for America. I truly believe they should be given a tax break and offered more programs to get their products to the market.”

OPPOSE
O

Social welfare

“I personally am not a fan of welfare. I believe having too much welfare devalues the county, and makes companies second guess bringing their jobs here. I personally want to cut welfare as much as I can. Once we can cut welfare, we will have more money to spend on programs to get people back to work, and off welfare. I will do everything I can to assist people transitioning from welfare to work.”

STRONGLY OPPOSE
O+

Obamacare

“Obama Care has cost Americans thousands and thousands of dollars. I want Obama Care to be repealed. It makes it hard for employers to have full-time employees due to cost. I do not think you should be penalized for not getting the worst health care in the world. Obama Care must go.”

STRONGLY SUPPORT
S+

Mass Transit

“From my time living in Denver and other major cities, I strongly agree with mass transit. It reduces the amount of traffic congestion we have on our highway and roads. I want to work with the State of Ohio and see about getting a mass transit train from Ashtabula County all the way to Cleveland Hopkins. It will create jobs, and boost the economy.”

STRONGLY SUPPORT
S+

Roads

“I personally feel like we have made progress in District 99 when it comes to roads. We still have work to do though. I want to start working on getting grants to begin to fix all the roads with pots holes that will damage a vehicle. Also, we have many dirt roads still. We should work on paving those roads and begin to expand housing out towards south county.”