David is running for Missouri House of Representatives, 23rd District.
David is not a career politician. He's a first term Republican committeeman for the 15th ward of Jackson County.
David is a father and truck driver that's concerned about his district's crime rate, parental rights and individual liberties.
David is an advocate for marijuana decriminalization since prohibition laws are driving consumers to source product from dealers selling other more dangerous substances, making it a gateway drug. He doesn't believe that marijuana is dangerous enough to warrant introducing consumers to dangerous drug dealers and thereby funding higher criminal activity in his district.
He is also an advocate for changing laws that limit unwed fathers involvement in their children's lives due to lack of legal rights. He believes that getting fathers more involved in their children's lives will help reduce crime.
There are a lot of low income people in the 23rd district that are harmed by property taxes. Missourians should not have to fear the loss of their property in times of hardship. Missourians should not be forced to rent their property from the government after years of working to purchase it. David believes that excise taxes, such as sales tax, is the proper way to raise revenue for services that are currently funded by property taxes.