"Democrats in Madison and Washington, DC, continue to ignore the needs of our state’s job creators and working families," Kramer said in a statement. "I have been an outspoken critic of the Democrats’ proposed $5 billion in tax increases and I will continue to pursue policies that empower our state’s entrepreneurs so they can create jobs without concern of an out-of-control state government that continues to impinge on our families’ pocketbooks."
Kramer, 45, was first elected to the Assembly in 2006. He is an attorney, accountant and financial planner.Only negative is that both Zipp and Kramer are lawyers.
Kramer is a CPA, too, making him a 'switch-hitter.'