Where Dr. Veltmeyer stands

See where Dr. Veltmeyer stands on important issues. 


Read how Dr. Veltmeyer feels about environmental protections and more.

As a devoted San Diegan for nearly forty years and as an enthusiastic and avid surfer on our local waters, I cherish our beaches, oceans, and breathtaking sunsets. Protecting and preserving this environment for future generations is critical. We have made great progress in recent decades in improvin...

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National Security

Read Dr. Veltmeyer's views on one of the country's most important issues

Today, America faces some of the greatest foreign policy threats since the Cold War. Radical Islamic terrorism threatens our friends in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and our own families here at home. We must rebuild and refocus our military strength to face this threat, while insisting that our all...

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Dr. Veltmeyer understands the importance of keeping and creating jobs.

America is experiencing sub-standard economic growth because taxes and regulations are strangling the private sector. The situation is even worse in California where our businesses close daily in search of a better deal in Texas, Arizona, and Florida. Our trade policies encourage the shipment of man...

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Read where Dr. Veltmeyer stands on tax reform.

America has the highest business taxes in the world, almost 40%. This has led to the loss of jobs all across our country. Our companies are fleeing abroad to avoid this heavy burden. We should cut the corporate tax to 15%, allow the repatriation of the nearly $3 trillion parked overseas, and embark...

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Health Care

See where Dr. Veltmeyer stands on healthcare.

Obamacare has failed us. More people may now have insurance cards but they don’t have affordable care. Only the insurance companies profited from the ACA. We need to get government and the insurance companies out of medicine so that doctors and patients can once again make decisions. With the direct...

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Read about Dr. Veltmeyer's stand on education.

Hundreds of billions of dollars are spent annually at the local, state, and federal levels for education, yet our children continue to fall behind other nations. Many graduate from high school without basic skills and our college students enter the job market with crushing debts. The answer is not m...

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