Look who we have as our current governor. Now look where he will take us if we re-elect a state representative who does not question his decisions.One of the reasons I am opposing Matt Huffman for state representative is to serve Allen County in a manner that includes compassion and concern for the low-income families and the middle class, too. Remember Issue 2 (attack on public unions) and Uniopolis (the loss of local government funds) and vouchers ($95,000 qualified).The first thing that will be different is that there will be no rubber stamping of everything this governor throws out. The promises this governor put out in his campaign (saving $1 million on everything) were absurd. This Wall Street mentality led to Ohio selling the Ohio Liquor Board for a one-time cash gain, just to falsely lower a one-time budget imbalance. This governor has his hands all over everything that is sacred.This has been labeled overreach.Currently the Ohio governor is planning on putting a large tax on oil and gas exploration — fracking — and kindly lowering everyone's income taxes. This is disturbing. The highest earners, not many of them in Allen County, would benefit the most exponentially from lowering taxes, again.Huffman is supported substantially from the oil and gas industry and couldn't care less about a fair state income tax. He signed the Grover Norquist pledge never to raise taxes, under pressure from the tea party.Huffman will then leave the state of Ohio (in two years or less), underfunded, if the fracking scheme goes bust because of the environmental impact.