Jonathan is demanding real reforms to strengthen the economy and lift up the middle class. Jonathan wants to cut burdensome fees on small businesses and provide tax credits for employers that create new jobs, while also banning taxpayer-funded deals for businesses that ship our jobs overseas, and closing loopholes that let big corporations rig the system. He also wants to expand tax credits that help working families keep more of what they earn.
As the father of two, Jonathan wants to fully fund our schools in order to provide our children the best possible education. While some politicians choose political games over our students, Jonathan wants to provide fair funding for every school district—without picking winners and losers—and bring additional resources to local classrooms.
Jonathan wants to ban deadly, military-style assault rifles, and better regulate gun shops to crack down on illegal gun sales. Jonathan is also standing up to the NRA agenda and demanding common-sense reforms that prohibit individuals on the FBI’s terrorist watch list from obtaining guns.
Jonathan strongly opposes taking away health care from millions of Illinois residents with pre-existing conditions. Jonathan is sponsoring a resolution opposing President Trump’s attempt to slam through dangerous changes to federal health law, and he applauded the recent passage of state-level protections that prohibit insurance companies from denying essential care. He will always fight for your health care!
Jonathan is fighting for property tax relief. Jonathan is fighting to freeze property taxes for all homeowners provide additional relief to seniors and veterans.
Jonathan opposes reckless cuts to senior care. He is standing with AARP to stop a proposal that would strip life-saving care from elderly residents, eliminate criminal background checks on caregivers and deny home-delivered meals to thousands of seniors.
Jonathan is committed to ending veteran suicide. He wants veterans returning from combat overseas receive needed care, expand job opportunities for service members, and cut red tape so veterans can access health care, job training and other services as soon as they get home.
Protecting a Woman’s Right to Choose
Jonathan knows personal medical decisions should be made by women and their doctors and not by politicians. He applauded the repeal of a provision in state law that would make the right to choose illegal if changes are made to laws protecting choice.