Elect Josiah LaRow For An Honest Future

Josiah LaRow is a concerned citizen, just like you. He has a love for helping others and has been a passionate volunteer for organizations such as the American Cancer Society and Habitat for Humanity for much of his life. Josiah graduated from Winona State University (Minnesota) in 2007 with a degree in Political Science and has served the community in the for-profit and non-profit sectors for the last 20 years.

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“I am a principled based individual. My core principles drive my policy positions in every regard. I firmly believe in individual sovereignty, voluntary association, private property rights and the non-aggression principle (NAP). These four ideas form the foundation for my policy positions and can generally be applied to any question thereof. If you have an issue you think should be included, please e-mail info@electjosiahlarow.com

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POLICY STATEMENT

POLICY STATEMENT

Understanding my position on a variety of issues is pretty simple. I believe that the freedom solution is often, if not always, the best solution to any issue. When conflicts arise, I believe in open and honest dialogue and oppose the silencing of anyone, regardless of their belief. Bad ideas can and will be eliminated through debate, whereas they gain in popularity when authorities attempt to silence the discussion. Read below to learn more about specific positions on key issues:

Non-Aggression Principle (NAP)

The Non-Aggression Principle (NAP) is fundamental to all libertarian ideals. The NAP states that no one may threaten or commit violence (“aggress”) against another person’s body or property.

Personal Property Rights

As the NAP states, no one may threaten another’s property. This principle can be applied to any number of policy issues including civil asset forfeiture, 2A, and taxation.

Individual Sovereignty

The last 2 years have seen an incredible power grab by all levels of government (federal, state and local). Amidst a situation that had the country on edge, governors, counties and local municipalities took the opportunity to exert levels of control over the population that many would have previously believed unbelievable.

Voluntary Association

The right to freely associate is fundamental. This principle can be applied to any number of policy issues including education where parents should not only have the opportunity to choose a school that meets their needs but also incentivizes public, private, and charter schools to actively compete for students.

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