(R) Julian Acciard for Congress
About Julian Acciard
About Julian Acciard
I am a United States Marine Corps military policeman and OIF veteran running for the Republican nomination in the 2022 election. I graduated from Timberlane Regional High School in Plaistow, NH and was stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA. After 4 years with my brothers in 1st Marine Division MP company I was medically retired in 2011. In 2010 I married my Queen (Carley) and lived in southern California with my Queen and my Prince (Mason). In 2015 my little princess (Zoey) was born and we moved back to New Hampshire in 2016. After moving back to New Hampshire I worked security as a DOD contractor for Pease Air National Guard Base in Newington, NH. After leaving base to assist my father in growing the family business as a regional manager for a commercial cleaning company servicing various different clients throughout Mass and NH. I proceeded to purchase my house in 2018 in Derry, NH just before the birth of my youngest Princess (Layla). I have always studied politics, philosophy, law, economics, history and the like, and now after feeling the disdain for the absolute dismal state of the current political discourse in the nation. I believe we are all airing our individual grievances with the state. The establishment, which is the most bipartisan entity in DC, has effectively convinced us to discount and ignore each other's grievances in order to escape unscathed by appropriate criticism. We deserve better representation in congress and citizen representatives without aims to pervert their position for personal gain or morally omnipotent desire to control the citizenry in their pursuit of happiness.
As an advocate for legal immigration, Julian believes a clear pathway must be streamlined and enforced to directly benefit the United States.
All immigration must go through designated points of entry. Current laws must be enforced, however the process time must be shortened to allow optimal success.
Businesses that hire illegal immigrants must face proper penalties. But the individuals providing the services -- granted they are not engaged in criminal activity -- should be granted legal residency and placed on that clear pathway notwithstanding a process of 5-7 years.
Above all, immigration must take a back seat when our nation’s citizens are without work and the economy is in decline.
The principle of putting Americans first -- especially in their native country -- must remain the focal point of our politics.
Individuals, families, and communities thrive when their economies are intact.
Economic revitalization is required when certain communities struggle with basic living. Therefore, as an advocate of economic conservatism, Julian proposes the following tax solutions, which keep more income localized:
● A 10% flat income tax on all citizens
● A 14% corporate tax, 12% for 5 years for companies relocating their operations and production back in the US in and economically distressed area.
● 0% capital gains tax
● $10K adult deduction
● $3K dependent child deduction
In conjunction with fairer tax policies, Julian proposes measures that directly benefit marginalized communities such as those proposed in Trump’s Platinum Plan:
● New job opportunities for citizens
● Creating more businesses
● Granting better access to business capital
● Accessing better job training and educational resources
● Advancing home ownership opportunities
The 2020 Election highlighted a pressing issue within American politics: the need for election security.
As an advocate of voters’ rights and election integrity, Julian calls for Voter ID standards based on a system that can be distributed to every citizen, including those who served prison time and may have had their voting rights restored.
Julian proposes a new, more secured approach, which includes:
● A Voter ID system that would track anyone attempting to vote multiple times or those using false identification
● A voter verification process that would also be supported by fingerprinting
● A voting system audit to be conducted each election year, every 3-6 months during that year, plus an audit days before Election Day
● An immediate count of all absentee ballots submitted prior to Election Day
● And all early votes to be verified using two copies of certifications
As a member of the NRA and the USCCA, Julian believes “a well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”
A free people should be an armed and disciplined people. Sufficient arms and ammunition is vital to maintain an independent status against those who attempt to harm or abuse American citizens.
In the words of the late Malcolm X, “Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.”
As a strong advocate of school choice, Julian believes changing the methods of education is paramount to each student’s success. From homeschooling to charter schools to private schools, parents deserve the right to select the best educational option for their children. Julian as an advocate for the purity of classical education believes that if the children of our great nation are provided all the facts, that they will love this nation and defend Lady Liberty as he volunteered to do in the marines.
Building a greater America requires implementing new strategies to protect our environment.
As such, Julian believes in the gradual transition to renewable energy, and firmly advises that if this is a valid path forward, nuclear energy must be a part of the conservative conversation.
Solar and wind power are good supplemental energy providers, however logistically they cannot power the nation by itself and all options must be on the table. Before investing into these pathways, the technology must be viable on its own without government subsidy or interference before it will ever be able to support us as a country.
As a nation, even after pulling out of the Paris Climate Accords(an unconstitutional treaty), we still hit our required markers while all other nations failed to do so.
With the right experts and gradual, public acceptance, citizens will be better suited to welcome these new changes.
Let be completely clear that I am Pro-Life and given the reservations of many conservatives in congress to actually vote or propose legislation on this issue, I am optimistic about the cultural impact the pro-life movement has had recently and I believe our best avenue to continue moving the ball forward is at the state level as many other states have done. Over the years we've been attacked for forcing the birth of babies but ignoring the situation after birth, and to this degree it is true, I believe we rectify this situation by fixing the foster care system, adoption system, and creating economic and educational opportunities so these young women can keep their children. By taking an "All Angles" approach to the issue, I believe we can give young ladies so many options for success with their child that abortion isn't even a thought.