Giving back and representing our community in the state assembly has been an honor. My goal has always been to be your voice and bring your concerns to the state Capitol.
I’ve been a voice for our community by:
- holding the first public forum tackling Common Core;
- saying a resounding “NO” to taxpayer-funded tuition for convicted felons and increased tuition assistance for our hardworking middle-class families;
- restoring $90 million in aid to the developmentally disabled and their caregivers; and
- leading the call to kick corrupt politicians out of office and restore public trust.
On this website, you can read about what I’ve done to improve our communities, but more importantly, you can see how I plan on making them even better.
It’s been my honor to serve you these past four years, and I look forward to continuing to do so.