I will stand with you for a return to limited government, based on lower taxes, personal responsibility, strong national defense and States' rights.
Melbourne, FL (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
Florida businessman, Bill Gaylor recently announced his bid for the U.S. Senate. His campaign, which is not associated with a particular political party, is dedicated to providing a candidate who is a fiscal conservative and who will stand by the Constitution, the Bill or Rights and the Rule of law. Mr. Gaylor promises the American people that he will oppose all effort to any further increases in spending, freeze at the 2007 tax rate until a balanced budget is achieved, eliminate the current tax code and replace it with a flat tax, lower corporate tax to 12 percent and abolish capital gains tax, dividend tax and estate taxes.
"This great nation is now at a pivotal point in its history where government spending is so great that it has become a security issue, which in turn is impacting our economic freedom and liberty," said Bill Gaylor on his website. "I will stand with you for a return to limited government, based on lower taxes, personal responsibility, strong national defense and States' rights."
Mr. Gaylor, the son of a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel, is a former Marine Officer who brings years of experience as a successful businessman to the table. After successfully building up Novacor's Canadian and Western U.S. Sales, Bill built and expanded his insurance business with the help of his wife, Sheila. Bill and Sheila have four children and are active in their church and community.
"We need to take control of the U.S. Senate regardless of who will be the next President," continued Mr. Gaylor. "Now is the time to replace the Senate with fiscal conservatives and constitutionalists."
Bill Gaylor is no party affiliate candidate from Florida for the US Senate. For complete information about Bill Gaylor and his campaign in Florida for the U.S. Senate, visit the campaign's website at http://www.floridaforbill.com. Like 'Bill Gaylor for US Senate' on Facebook.