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William Llop. My condolences to Phineas Haq's family and friends, and the entire Dunwoody community.
We have a history in the sixth district of sending experts in their field to Congress. I am that expert in taxes and regulations.
I'm a small business owner. I started a CPA firm right here in the sixth district over thirty years ago. Born and raised right here. Consulting business owners and individual taxpayers.
I am completely aware of how middle-income Americans are paying the most tax and I have a clear understanding of how the income tax code needs to be changed to make us successful.
Also, what is important to me is education. As a father of two — two middle-school students — this is a subject I care deeply about. Public education needs to be in the hands of the educators and local governments, and I am for school choice.
On the college level, student loan debt is at 1.3 billion and counting. The government needs to step up and stop predatory lending.
On the stance of a fair wage, I agree that an increase is needed to $9.70 an hour. Big corporations are taking advantage of the government assistance with their employees. This is corporate welfare and we need to get these employers off the government payroll and get self-respect back to the people.
I am the middle brother of eleven siblings with sixty-two percent Republicans and thirty-eight percent Democrats, my family as well as our district. Our dinner conversations get quite problematic, yet in the end an agreement is reached satisfactory to both sides.
I need your vote to send me to Congress to represent you and facilitate the changes in the tax code that will support our business owners and middle-income taxpayers. We have enough Congress supporting corporations, large corporations.
Go to my website, Llop, L-l-o-p. Thank you. Two minutes up.
Wes Moss: Last, but not least, William Llop.
I want to recognize Brand Bank, thank you, the chambers for putting this together.
I'm William Llop. I'm running the sixth district. I am not a career politician, rather my career has led me to politics.
I'm the best candidate for the job because I've spent over thirty years as a small business owner and as a licensed CPA, advising small business owners and Americans.
I am completely aware of how the middle-income Americans are paying the most tax.
I was born right here in the sixth district. I'm the middle brother of eleven siblings with sixty-two percent Republicans and thirty-eight percent Democrat and my family is well (?). Our dinner conversations get quite problematic, yet in the end an agreement and understanding is reached. I learned at a very early age to work with others and negotiate issues.
My number one goal as a CPA is to reduce taxes and regulations. I will be able to serve as your Congressman as a bipartisan candidate with both sides of the coin being discussed and studied. A decision will be reached with compromise and good results for both sides.
I am the only candidate that has details on where I stand on real issues facing our district and our country.
Please visit my website. Search Llop, L-l-o-p for Congress. Thank you.
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