Representative in Congress
Occupation: Founder & President, Game Face, Inc.
Occupational Background: Business consultant
Educational Background: Newberg High School; Brigham Young University, BA
Prior Governmental Experience: None
Community Involvement: Rob has coached 16 youth athletic teams, served as president of Southside Soccer Club and as a Boy Scout leader. He has been involved with the Good Neighbor Center and volunteered his time to local schools, youth outreach and career fairs.
Family: Married to Allison Au (23 years); father of three sons, ages 20, 17, and 13.
Rob Cornilles. Responsible. Reasoned. Ready.
"Oregonians are not being heard. I will be your voice in Congress and will represent your interests to restore Oregon's greatness and sustainability. To do so, I need your help. Let's do this!"
JOB CREATION AND TAX RELIEF
. Rob knows we can't revitalize an economy and create prosperity through burdensome taxes.
. Rob will advocate for lower taxes for individuals, families and small businesses to encourage investment, lasting careers, and competition in the global marketplace.
. Rob will work to break the barriers of senseless regulation that prevents businesses from starting, expanding, or creating more jobs.
. Rob is running to represent people, not programs.
. Rob has the courage to say "NO" to wasteful spending and will work for a balanced budget - just as Oregonians do at home.
. Rob understands that money borrowed today must be repaid by our children tomorrow.
IMPROVING OUR HEALTH CARE
. Rob believes that health care reform must reduce costs without harming the patient/doctor relationship.
. Rob knows that we cannot get better results through a new national entitlement program managed by a bloated federal government.
. Rob will work towards meaningful improvements, including allowing groups to pool their resources to lower rates, real tort reform, and promoting more competition.
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