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March 3, 2020 — Primary Election
Estados Unidos

Cámara de Representantes del los Estados UnidosCandidato para Distrito 34

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Joanne L. Wright

Corredor de Bienes Raíces
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • La prioridad principal es implementar mi solución a la falta de vivienda. Este es un plan de 3 etapas listo para usarse con recursos disponibles. Incluido el Hospital General del Condado de Los Angeles vacante que tiene 1.2 millones de pies cuadrados
  • Un voto a favor de cualquier cosa que protegerá los derechos de los estadounidenses. La reforma electoral que está fuera de control en California... ¡¡no más recintos electorales!! Reforma para los campus, la Libertad de Salud, la Seguridad Fronteriza, los derechos de la 2.º Enmienda (2A) y la libertad de raza, religión y preferencia sexual.
  • La creación de empleos, particularmente en el sector de la energía limpia y de vida sostenible/ecológica. Los Angeles debe liderar en el país con la innovación de energía solar, eólica y alternativa. ¡Necesitamos GRANDES empleos que proporcionen GRANDES salarios para pagar nuestros GRANDES impuestos!

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Corredor de Bienes Raíces
Corredor de Bienes Raíces, Independiente (2001–actual)
Delegado, Partido Republicano (Grand Old Party, GOP) de California — Cargo designado (2019–actual)

Educación

Scripps College, Claremont, CA y Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA Licenciatura en Artes (Bachelor of Arts, B.A.) y Maestría en Artes (Master of Arts, M.A.), Arte en Estudio y Educación (1977)

Actividades comunitarias

Member, Palm Springs Woman's club (2017–current)

Biografía

What an honor and surprise it is for me to be running for the United States House of Representatives. I am a native Angelino, born on Hope Street, downtown LA, the third of six children by a father who was born in Panama and a mother who was the daughter of Italian immigrants. Other than six years spent in Scottsdale, AZ, and several years overseas studying or teaching, my life has revolved around California and most often Los Angeles. Our family had most holidays on Mt. Washington and held family dinners at the Pacific Dining Car or the Golden Dragon in Chinatown and I had a successful catering business for production companies. I helped organize the 1984 Olympic greeting event. I lived in Highland Park in the 1980s when I worked for Secretary of State, March fong Eu's re-election campaign and exploratory Senate race.

For the last 30 years I have been a licensed Real Estate Broker in California and recently sold a Property Management and Resort Rentals business.  I also took some time in the 1990s to earn my California teaching credential and teach for the LAUSD in South Central Los Angeles. I am not a politician. People look at me and wonder how I could be running for Congress, let alone in the most amazing and diverse district in California. But, what happened is I was campaigning for my Brother, Dr. Kenneth Wright, running for Congress CA33 and realized that I had been sleeping while I allowed a few patriots to bear the burden of protecting our liberties and my party at the time, led by Barack Obama had sorely been taken in a dangerous direction. The FBI and DOJ colluded to set up a legitimate presidential candidate. This is fact.  Do not turn away. This does not happen in America. And when he was elected, he was set up further and the badgering and undermining has not stopped. This is not America. While helping my brother with his campaing I worked with him on a solution for homelessness. We need to build new mental illness facilities and we need a comoprehensive data bank where anywone can find help for themselves or others. try using the existing system in Los Angeles. It is impossible. And the sad thing is we have all the resources we need already here  including the old County General Hospital that sits vacant because the leaders can't lead or can't make any money off it. I picked District34 because it has County General and I know that we can start solving this problem right away with my leadership. I believe my varied experience and three languages will be key in leading this solution. My love of country and the strength I find through God's guidance have brought me here and I'm ready for the challenge. In fact, it's the American dream.

 

¿Quién apoya a este candidato?

Preguntas y Respuestas

Preguntas de League of Women Voters of California (3)

What financing method(s) would you support to repair or improve roads, rails, ports, airports, the electrical grid, and other infrastructure in the U.S.?
Respuesta de Joanne L. Wright:

My preferred method to finance repair and new construction of American infrastructure would be cutting expenses. We need to re-visit pension plans for government employees, eliminate obsolete offices and/or programs, and get rid of wasteful expenditures and overpayment. Another huge area of savings could come from abuses in social security and disability by people taking advantage and by the medical field. Last, we need to make sure everyone is paying taxes. I would like to put a limit on tax write-offs. For example, if someone made a billion dollars one year, they could not match that amount in tax write-ffs ostensibly then not having to opay any income tax. I would cap write-offs at 75%. So, in this example, if that person provided $750,000,000 in write-offs, they would still be compelled to pay taxes on 25% of the billion dollars or, $250,000,000.

What programs or legislation, if any, would you support to help Americans of all ages to secure affordable health care?
Respuesta de Joanne L. Wright:

I would support modifying our current healthcare system so that presecription drug prices are lowered, citizens below poverty line receive proper healthcare and I would support legislation to maintain Social Security and ensure its funding in perpetuity.  I do not support socialized medicine or healthcare for all. 

Describe an immigration policy that you would support if presented to the House of Representatives.
Respuesta de Joanne L. Wright:

I believe in legal immigration and would support an immigration policy that would allow all immigrants the possibility of success. To that end I would propose a Human Resources at the ztrategic borders and online offering available jobs and possible job training. This way, people consider immigrating to the United States could apply for jobs before making the expensive trip and being turned away. I also, which is unusual for a conservative candidate, have a simple but comprehensive plan for a path to citizenship.   

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Contribuciones

Dinero total recaudado: $19,535

Principales contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al candidato, por organización:

1
Joanne L. Wright
$15,400

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 98.54%
Kansas 1.46%
98.54%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (99.49%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (0.51%)
99.49%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (0.00%)
De individuos (100.00%)
100.00%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Comisión Federal Electoral de MapLight.

Creencias poliza

Filosofía política

The best way to describe my political philosophy is common sense for the common good. The question is what is good. To me, good is the truth, good is America first and good is doing what's right for the majority. For example, in Los Angeles, we are experiencing a form of anarchy wherein we cannot compel the homeless to leave the sidewalks because some say it infringes on their civil liberties. I believe they are infringing on the majority's civil liberties. The majority cannot walk anywhere anymore without needles, blank stares, feces, etc. and businesses are suffering, too. so this is a case of the few ruling the masses. The altruistic side of me wants to help them compassionately and in fact I have a solution that i want to take to the president and this is one of the main reasons I decided to run for office. My plan is a comprehensive one but they won't let me implement it because they won't let the LAPD enforce vagrancy laws. So, thousands of people can violate our laws and rules at the expense of the health and safety of the majority? 

I have no interest in diluting American values, our Constitution, history, capitalism or democracy. I have lived in Algeria, France and Italy and traveled to dozens of countries. I know how fabulous the diverse cultures are and I know what life is like living in a socialistic Muslim country because I lived in Algeria for two solid years. I love the melting pot that America is, but we are losing our core values to those who want socialism and globalism and the loss of our freedoms. Currently, I am sick that there is ballot harvesting, and that California is doing away with neighborhood precincts which encourages voter fraud. Outside influences are ruling our country and the mainstream media is complicit. We are plagued with apathy and contempt prior to investigation. I know because that was me until I became a delegate, started digging deep, opening my eyes and seeing what was happening and why this time, people did not accept the result of the election. My purpose is to uphold American values, which means hard work, strong families, freedom of choice and all that encompasses. And by family, I mean however you want your family. By freedom of choice, I mean eat, drink, worship anyway you want that does not infringe on others or American Law. For example, I am extremely afraid of the very real practice of Sharia Law and would vote every time that it be subordinate to American Law. I am completely against Sanctuary cities, not because I do not respect people who come to America for a better life, but because the rule of law must apply to everyone and being in this country illegally should be the last reason to be released from crime I believe if you are not here with documents, you are simply here illegally. It's not a pejorative word, it is a descriptive word. I believe hard work, obeying our laws, paying the price and being part of the solution make up the clear path to citizenship which I believe we should extend to those who came here because we were negligent in not having border protection. I believe it is our responsibility to help those who have not committed crimes, to pay a fine and then feel lproud to be here, work toward citizenshiop here and pledge allegiance to and contribute to this great country. Lastly, I think this impeachment hoax is a sad waste of time and that the Democratic Party is setting a dangerous precednt by perpetuating their petulant intolerance of President Trump. We use the electoral college to elect a president and they should have been working with the President for the last three years if for no other reason than to respect those of us who elected him who, as far as I know are still Americans entitled to their lives, their liberties and pursuit of hapiness which is being seriously impinged. 

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