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Running for: US President

Palmer is a lesser-known candidate who filed to run in the New Hampshire presidential primary.

Awaiting response to our 2024 Presidential Primary Survey

Position on Issues

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Do you support ending China's Permanent Normal Trade Relations status?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the U.S. send military forces to Taiwan if China attacks the island?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Do you support using military force against drug cartels inside Mexico?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the U.S. build a physical wall between Mexico and the U.S.?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the U.S. government continue to provide military aid to Ukraine (without putting U.S. soldiers on the ground)?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government limit certain firearm purchases to residents over age twenty-one?

Candidate's Website, 2023

"As a father I am personally outraged that gun violence has become the leading cause of death for America’s children and teens. This is categorically unacceptable. The gun industry rakes in approximately $9 billion annually, with large percentages of those revenues coming from semi-automatic weapons that far exceed the original intent of the 2nd amendment. I’ve read that an estimated 393 million civilian-owned firearms exist in the United States. I am pro-liberty in terms of the right of Americans to own handguns for personal protection, rifles for hunting, or other reasonable access, and we should do much more to provide training to gun owners. But with gun ownership comes great responsibility, therefore I am in favor of significant reform in this area."

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the government legalize marijuana at the federal level?

Candidate's Website, 2023

"No, I believe in markets teaching businesses what consumers want. That said, I am committed to a greener world with effective energy policies supporting smart consumer decisions. Biden’s Build Back Better stance on this fails to recognize and respect the importance of business judgement and the will of the people in terms of what vehicles they want to purchase. With effective labeling, financial incentives, and regulatory encouragement, Americans can support the environment without interrupting the free-market principles underpinning conscious capitalism."

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Do you support increasing oil and natural gas leases on publicly owned land and water?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government combat inflation by supporting further Federal Reserve interest rate hikes?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government combat inflation by decreasing tariffs on imports from foreign countries?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government combat inflation by capping price increases by large businesses?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government combat inflation by requiring budget cuts to match any new federal spending?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government combat inflation by raising taxes to reduce the budget deficit?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government combat inflation by repealing or revising the Jones Act to allow more foreign involvement in shipping between U.S. ports?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government reform Social Security by raising the retirement age from today's age of 67?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government reform Social Security by requiring means testing?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government reform social security by raising the cap on income subject to the Social Security tax?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Should the federal government privatize some or all of Social Security?

Candidate's Website, 2023

"Yes. This one small change in law could help save millions of seniors 50% or more on their prescription drug prices. When Medicare Part D was created, it was explicitly agreed that the federal government would not interfere in manufacturer negotiations. Congress revisits the question of drug price negotiation almost every year. I believe the time is now to restructure Medicare so that fair market value and nothing more is what it takes to keep our population healthy. I also believe we should make Medicare available to all Americans over fifty years of age for the price of a Gold or Silver Plan. In addition to helping millions of Americans access better health insurance, this would also save the Federal Government billions of dollars and put our Medicare program on more sustainable, long-term footing."

Candidate's Website, 2023

"I support bodily autonomy. Abortion is health care, and health care is personal. People who can get pregnant deserve to be in charge of their own medical decisions. Politicians who care more about control than wellness or liberty have no place making such decisions in a free and democratic society."

Candidate's Website, 2023

"Yes. Roe v. Wade must be reinstated to restore women’s rights."

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Do you support revising Title IX to limit participation in female sports based on an individual's reproductive biology and genetics at birth?

Citizens Count Issue Survey, 2023

Do you support abolishing any federal agencies or departments?

Candidate's Website, 2023

"Yes. In fact, I would welcome competency tests for all federal candidates, regardless of age. Competency is not about ageism; it is about the ability to effectively lead."

Candidate's Website, 2023

"Absolutely not. The damage to American democracy resulting from the January 6th insurrection must be held to account. Those who were injured and killed that horrific day deserve justice. No person is above the law, nor the Constitution."

Candidate's Website, 2023

"I am in favor of limiting Members of the Senate to three 6-year terms and members of the House of Representatives to six 3-year terms. The Supreme Court of the United States has determined that since the Constitution sets forth the criteria determining requirements for senators and congressional representatives, only the Constitution can limit the terms of Congress members."
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