Thanks for stopping by – I’m Jack
I’m a husband, a father and have spent my career working with, empowering and assisting people in achieving better lives for themselves and their families. I have grown businesses and non-profits, providing valuable careers and helping thousands attain their goals.
As an independent businessman, I want to do more to ensure Utah preserves the freedoms individuals need to thrive. I’m no longer willing to be a grumpy observer from the sidelines while our valuable way of life is being threatened.
Most importantly, I’d love to hear from you. Please contact me to learn more about who I am and why I want your support.
Much like determining who should make decisions, taxes should reflect efficiencies that local decision-making can create. Local taxpayers should not shoulder the load for layers of government ‘up the line’ that are not required.
We have too much government today. Vast sums of our resources are devoted to multiple layers of government that are grossly inefficient. And government has too much control, taking decisions away from individuals and families where those decisions should rightly reside.
Public lands are a huge issue for Utah. Blindly thinking the Federal government is the best steward for vast tracts of land is not beneficial to local economies or local constituents. The decision to preserve is just one of the options for much of the land in the state that is not privately owned. The voice of the people must be heard.
Utah decisions should not be made in Washington and local issues should not be decided in Salt Lake City. Affairs are best managed at the most local level. Unnecessary layers of government are a drag on our economy.
Education is fundamental to the youth of Utah for their participation in the economic growth of the State. And more basic, education is a necessary prerequisite for thoughtful participation in our democracy. It is necessary that educational alternatives are available to parents who are best able to understand and make decisions for their children. Jack has been involved in the education landscape for many years. He will bring fresh ideas for furthering the future of our children.
Regulations have their place, when necessary, but have no business being law if they reduce competition, increase costs or limit new entrants from doing business. It is the job of legislators to review and hack away at costly and unnecessary regulations placed on individuals and businesses.
• As an independent business man and an active community member, Jack knows the struggles within the community and he is dedicated to solving the problems that have been cast aside by others.
• Jack will bring about a tax reform that will help alleviate the stresses from everyday transactions. This, in time, will help families and businesses thrive all over this state. Utah needs Jack to make the tough decisions and slice Utah taxes.
• Jack will be a defender against those in Washington wanting to take away our basic rights. He will be Utah’s advocate in the fight for gun rights, because Jack believes all Utahns have the right to protect their homes, their families, and their livelihoods.
Jack Rubin has my vote because he understands Wasatch County and will fight for us at the state capital.
-Aaron Gabrielson, former Wasatch County Republican Chairman