Economy & Small Business

Like so many Americans, Cap knows that we need to put money back into the pockets of everyday Americans: it’s the only way our economy can truly succeed. Astronomical gas prices, high inflation, and high unemployment are all a direct result of the poor economic policies the Radical Left is pushing.

Robert has and will always be a fiscal conservative. In Congress, he will:
  • Look out for the little guy and fight for the backbone of our economy: small businesses.
  • Work to put money back into the pockets of the American people.
  • Advocate for free-market legislation.
  • Combat the Radical Left’s policies of tax and spend.
It’s no secret that the policies of the Radical Left have slowed economic growth. In this recovery period, it is important for our policymakers to understand what it’s going to take to not only get the economy back on track but also to do it quickly. As a lifelong Conservative, Cap understands that the policies of the Far Left just don't make sense. It’s simple: we need our leaders to be responsible and to stop piling on to our national debt. It’s time our leaders make a change for the better, it’s time to elect someone who will practice fiscal conservatism.

As your Congressman, Robert will fight for free-market principles and pro-growth policies. Growing up on Long Island, he saw just how important small businesses were to economic growth in the community. When he gets to Washington, Robert will make sure we “help the little guy” and ensure that local mom-and-pop shops have what they need to thrive in our modern economy.

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The Economy (by the numbers):
  • The unemployment rate for Black Americans has increased since Biden took office. Under President Trump, the unemployment rate for Black Americans hit a historic low.1
  • As of February 2022, the number of unemployed persons in the United States was 6.27 million.2
  • As of February 2022, the inflation rate is 7.9% and increasing.3 When President Trump left office in January of 2021, the inflation rate stood at only 1.4%.4
  • As of March 2022, there are 32.5 million small businesses employing 61.2 million Americans.5

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