WHY I'M RUNNING
With Washington in continuous disarray, it's more important than ever that we ensure California is a beacon of hope, progress, and opportunity for the people of our state.
For too long, residents of the 68th Assembly District have not had a seat at the table where decisions are made in Sacramento. I'm going to change that -- and make sure our voices are heard, loud and clear.
I'm running for State Assembly to bring common sense leadership to Sacramento that represents the true values and interests of our district. That means building safer neighborhoods, ensuring high quality public education, growing a strong middle-class economy, and protecting our air and water. It also means investing in infrastructure, renewable energy, fire protection, health care, and transportation, while holding government accountable, fighting waste and safeguarding taxpayer dollars.
We can do all of this and simultaneously create a more compassionate and inclusive state for the people of California. Together, we can make our district a better place to live, work, and raise our families.