Fiscal Policy

Rob does not believe we have a revenue problem in Louisiana, but a spending problem. He actively opposed increasing taxes in 2017 during the regular and special legislative sessions and have opposed unnecessary and unfair tax and fee increases on St Tammany families like the increased tolls on the Causeway bridge and the continuous attempts to increase sales taxes even when voted down by the citizens. Rob believes the first priority in our state should be tax policy reform and the starting point centered around a plan like the Pelican Institute's recently released report, Addressing Louisiana's Budget Shortfall: Strategies For Growth. Rob will apply his leadership skills to help Louisiana  families by reaching a tax policy solution that will make Louisiana competitive for business development.


Public Safety

As a national security expert, Colonel Maness is keenly aware of the impacts of terror group financial networks, boycotting Israel, and sanctuary city policies on Louisiana citizens safety and security. Thats why he supported bills in Louisiana this year that would prevent Louisiana state investments from reaching terrorist countries,  stop investing retirement funds in companies that boycott Israel, and set policy that would prohibit cities from establishing sanctuary city policies for illegal aliens. You can watch his testimony at here.


Veterans

As a disabled combat veteran himself, Rob knows why it is important to support the Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs and reform of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Rob supported several veterans bills in 2017, supported the establishment of the new Veterans Court in St Tammany Parish, and continues to advocate for federal reform of all VA programs.


Liberty        

Rob believes in the natural right to life for all human beings, including the unborn. He fights for our right to bear arms against all opposition. Rob's defense of our 1st and 14th Amendment rights is unparalleled, especially when government force is used to attack them like in the New Orleans Veterans Monument removal.