Matthew M. Corey's Political Positions

Biographical

Full Name: Matthew M. Corey
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for U.S. House - District 1
Primary Aug. 12, 2014
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 01/11/1964
Birth Place: Hartford, CT
Home City: Manchester, CT
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  • Matthew Corey. On the Issues. 8 October 2012. "Budget cuts that are looming the congress failed to pass a budget since April 29, 2009. We need to defend our borders not spend billions to defend other countries borders. We need to stop building bases overseas and rebuild our bases at home for our national defense. We need to stop nation building that's increasing our debt." (www.coreyforcongress2012.com)

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  • Matthew Corey. On the Issues. 8 October 2012. "The lack of confidence in the business sector and uncertainty is the reason this economy is stagnant. As federal spending increases the private sector is unlikely to invest in this type of environment." (www.coreyforcongress2012.com)

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  • Matthew Corey. On the Issues. 8 October 2012. "Tax credit for families who home school there children. Eliminate the Federal Dept. of Education and return power to the states and local government. Send block grants back to the States. Teachers and parents should have more say in the education process of their children." (www.coreyforcongress2012.com)

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  • Matthew Corey. On the Issues. 8 October 2012. "I will defend Second Amendment rights of all Americans. I will protect law abiding gun owners." (www.coreyforcongress2012.com)

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  • Matthew Corey. On the Issues. 8 October 2012. "I support purchasing insurance across state lines. I also believe in you should be able to keep the same benefits when switching policies. There should be no discrimination on purchasing healthcare with preexisting conditions. States should help subsidize health care to those who can't afford it. Repeal the National Health Care and end its unconstitutional mandate that all Americans must carry only government-approved health insurance or answer to the IRS." (www.coreyforcongress2012.com)

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  • Matthew Corey. On the Issues. 8 October 2012. "We need to give social security to those who need it most. It was a safeguard to prevent seniors from living in poverty. We need more tax free retirement savings accounts. This will encourage people to save more. We also need to look at increasing the retirement age." (www.coreyforcongress2012.com)

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