Dr. Wayne Johnson’s Opportunity Plus Plan for Georgia captures the issues that Georgians from Valdosta to Dalton and from Columbus to Savannah talk about around the kitchen table. Those real-life conversations often center on finances. That’s what Wayne heard when Georgians talked to him about what they wanted in the U.S. Senator elected in November to replace retiring Sen. Johnny Isakson.
How a family pays the bills this month is more important than the latest partisan politics coming out of Washington. How children sort through senior issues like Medicare for their parents is more important around the kitchen table than the latest congressional investigation. How do I get a better job is always discussed; the latest news from the Ukraine is not.
Kitchen table issues are what the Opportunity Plus Plan is about. It’s Wayne’s message he wants to make work for Georgia.
Tucker Carlson said Dr. Wayne Johnson knows more about solving the student loan debt crisis than “any living American.” Wayne has developed the Opportunity Plus Plan for Higher Education, that is the only comprehensive platform developed by a fiscal conservative that is appreciated by Democrats and Republicans alike.
Johnson’s transformational plan cancels debt for 1.8 million Georgians and gets the government out of the student loan business, forever, and puts in place a program where every high school graduate has the funds to get college or secondary training and get a diploma debt-free.
Dr. Wayne Johnson is the only candidate of the 21 on the ballot for the November special U.S. Senate election who is on Medicare. Wayne is also the only candidate on the ballot who has owned and provided residential living for seniors. Without question, Wayne’s has more real-life experience with the issues seniors face than any of the other 20 candidates.
The Opportunity Plus Plan for Senior Care will feature a tax credit to help families pay the bills for in-home care provided to their elderly parents, something talked about around the kitchen table. As someone who transitioned by choice to Medicare, Wayne knows the healthcare program is more expensive than Americans are led to believe and should be less expensive to seniors. He also understands how a lifetime of assets built by seniors can be quickly consumed by the government when a senior on Medicare enters a nursing home, and Wayne knows the federal law that needs to be changed to fix this devastating loophole.
Millions of Georgians do not have $400 to pay for a visit to the urgent care center if someone gets sick. He’s seen how making $12 an hour, paying $1,400 a month for a one-bedroom apartment while providing for their children gets more difficult each month. Dr. Wayne Johnson understands the frustration of being trapped in a job where professional growth and more income seem impossible.
The Opportunity Plus Plan for Daily Life will build off of Wayne’s three decades as an entrepreneur and job creator, his life experiences as a father and two years inside the bureaucracy of the Federal government. The result is a Senate candidate uniquely prepared to represent “kitchen table issues” in Washington.