Robert believes that a strong middle class is essential to a vibrant and powerful economy. We need to invest in people by increasing the minimum wage while working to strengthen and protect organized labor by opposing right to work, and protecting prevailing wage.
World Class Education
Robert believes that we need to increase educational opportunity and access to education by investing in technical schools, increasing public funding for state colleges, and fully funding and protecting K-12 education. Robert will oppose vouchers as well as the further privitization of the education system.
Criminal Justice Reform
Robert believes criminal justice reform is one of the most important steps necessary to protecting our families and keeping our children and communities safe. Robert would do this through investing in treatment based drug reform, properly funding drug courts and ensuring harsher sentences for violent crime.
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In 2013 Robert began working with the Jackson County Family Court and since 2016, Robert Sauls has been a Jackson County Prosecuting Attorney. Robert has tried cases ranging from misdemeanor non-support of a child to murder in the first degree. In his time in the prosecutor’s office, Robert has kept our community safe by prosecuting murderers, child molesters, drug dealers, and gang members.
Robert is an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate for the United States Air Force. As a captain in the Armed Forces, Robert counsels and protects those who protect us. Robert covers a wide range of legal issues dealing with administrative law, wills and estate planning, environmental law, international relations, civilian and military personnel law, and law of war.
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Robert understands exactly what it is like to grow up without a father, and he truly understands just how important it is to have an active, loving, and supportive father in a young child's life. Being a father is Robert's favorite thing in life. He's served his son as a basketball and baseball coach and looks forward to continuing to play an active role in his life.