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RobertStevens

As I tour our voting district I ask people, “What’s wrong with government?” They overwhelmingly answer, “Everything!”

Well, I felt the same and wanted to help so I studied issues, read books, wrote and called my Congressmen and Senators many times and finally realized I have absolutely no representation in government.

By trade I’m a software engineer. In programming we have something called an if-then-else statement. If you will elect me to Congress, I will apply these rules to EVERYTHING:

If you or your family can resolve an issue, then don’t delegate it to your church or school.

Else if a city can resolve an issue, then don’t delegate it to the county.

Else if a county can resolve an issue, then don’t delegate it to the state.

Else if a state can resolve an issue, then don’t let the federal government intervene, and certainly never world government!

Today roles are turned upside-down. The federal government wants to control everything. They tell us they know better than we do.

A perfect example of this is Obamacare. Healthcare doesn’t belong at federal government level, nor at the state, county or even city. Your conscience knows better.

Vote Robert Stevens for Congress and I’ll work to toss out everything that can be done better by lower levels of government, communities or individuals.

David vs a Well-Funded Goliath

I am the underdog candidate but this is America, a land of opportunity where hard-working men and women of faith can rise out of obscurity to accomplish great feats. I will solve difficult problems, elevate the public discourse and inspire my fellow citizens.

Jason Chaffetz has served in Congress for six years—as long as President Obama. Haven’t we had enough? As believers in the blessings of revolving opportunity, isn’t it time to give somebody else a chance? Let’s thank Congressman Chaffetz for three terms in public service and release him so he can serve his country in another role. Vote Robert Stevens for Congress. Let me show you what I can do.

  Robert Stevens Congressman Jason Chaffetz
Natural Talents I’m not a gifted speaker, but I’m a good listener and an excellent writer, creative thinker and problem solver. Athletics and Public Speaking
College BYU, B.S. Computer Science, completed M.S. Coursework BYU, B.A in Communications
Religion The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, converted at BYU The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, converted at BYU
College Activities No time— after serving a full-time mission, I completed all my undergraduate BYU Computer Science courses in just two years Starting placekicker on the BYU football team
Campaign Funding None—this is totally grassroots N/A
Business Career 29 years as a software engineer solving problems daily at WordPerfect/Novell, WriteExpress, Invent.me and more 11 years at Nu Skin (including part-time), Jon Huntsman’s chief of staff for less than 8 months
Startup Experience 18 years as a Hands-on CEO at WriteExpress, LocalPlans and Invent.me Less than 3 years at Maxtera Utah, Inc. while spending 2 1/2 years of his time convincing delegates to vote for him
Reads Bills Before Voting YES, and I will never vote for a bill I haven’t read Ask him. See also, Read the Bills: Common Sense Representation.
Checks Bills Against Formulas for Good Government YES, if they don’t pass then I won’t vote for them N/A
Explains Why Bills Fail or Pass Formulas YES, and we’ll publish our reasoning for you to follow NO
Served During Which Marketable U.S. Debt More Than Doubled NO, not on my watch YES, 106%!—See also the U.S. Debt Clock