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As a candidate for U.S. Senate, Beth stands for:
Securing our Borders
Beth is a believer in strong borders and enforcement of our immigration laws. While she welcomes legal immigration, she is opposed to sanctuary cities and believes that illegal immigration undermines the rule of law.
A Strong Economy
As a small business owner, Beth understands the economy and the burden that regulations and high taxes impose on job creation. As Consumer Affairs Director, she was recognized for reducing unnecessary regulations. She also led a reform of the auto insurance market that lowered rates for drivers.
Beth is not a politician. She will bring fresh thinking and a new approach to office. She is frustrated by the inability of career politicians to get anything done. She supports term limits, the freezing of salaries for Congressmen and Senators and a return to the concept of a citizen legislature and not a permanent governing class.
Beth does not have the typical resume of a political candidate. Instead she has led a life of hard work and experience. If given the opportunity to serve, she will approach each day with good business sense and an entrepreneur’s optimistic spirit.
Beth is a mother, wife and small business owner. She was the first woman Executive Director of the Massachusetts Republican Party, and served as the Director of Consumer Affairs in Governor Mitt Romney’s Cabinet. She has an MBA from Northeastern University.