Alden Johnson

For Mississippi's 4th Congressional District

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With liberty and justice for all...

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Criminal Justice

As a first responder, Alden works closely with law enforcement on a regular basis. By legalizing cannabis at the federal level, ending qualified immunity, and ending the practice of civil asset forfeiture, law enforcement would be able to focus on more serious issues.

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Taxes

Alden believes the government cannot tax its way to prosperity. Once a new tax is established, it is rarely repealed. Washington should be working on ways to cut spending and not brainstorming new things to tax.

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Jobs

One of the best ways to encourage job growth is for the government to get out of the way. Excessive taxes, bureaucratic red tape, and often redundant professional licensing requirements all reduce opportunity and restrict job growth.

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2nd Amendment

Alden fully supports repealing the NFA and dissolving the ATF. Prohibition only encourages a thriving black market. Rights are not to be treated as privileges. Felons who have paid their debt to society and pose no threat to the general public deserve the ability to protect their families via firearm ownership.

Why am I running?

This country was established by ruffling feathers as well as demanding change through action. Change doesn’t happen by making cheap campaign promises. It happens by challenging the status quo, and not taking no for an answer.

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We have people incarcerated whose only “crime” was possessing cannabis. We are taxed at every turn. Our government prints billions of dollars, while simultaneously saying there is a coin shortage. Elected representatives vote yes on bills they don’t even bother reading.

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2020 was just the beginning. Voters are fed up with both “main” parties. Now is the time to be loud, and let the people know that we are the party of true representation and liberty.

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