Why I'm Running
I am a Democrat running for LD-10 Representative, so I can be an advocate for Tucson citizens and all Arizonans. Arizona is 48th in the country for public education, 37th for health care access, 33rd for unemployment and 32nd for renewable energy. The problems impacting our district are fixable through innovative ideas, common sense legislation and bipartisan initiatives.
As a parent, veteran and active participant in the Tucson community, I am running to serve you- the citizens of LD-10. I want to focus on the issues that matter most to our children and families. I have decided to run as a clean elections candidate, meaning I pledge not to take any PAC money or large individual donations. This way, I can spend all my time listening and talking to voters. So please, feel free to contact me with any questions and issues you'd like to bring to my attention, or if you'd just like to chat and get to know each other! I would be honored to be your voice in our state capitol, and I can't wait to meet all of you and get started.
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What I'm Fighting For
I will fight to increase funding for our public schools and to stop school voucher expansion so we can better serve our students and teachers.
As a patient at the Veteran's Administration, I understand the enormous benefit and relief of always having health insurance, and I will fight to bring this right to all Arizonans.
I will work to bring down unemployment in LD-10 by making Tucson an attractive, competitive market for companies to move to and provide ample job opportunities for our citizens.
As one of the sunniest cities in the country, Tucson should be leading the nation in renewable energy technology. As a STEM professional and environmental advocate, I will work to bring more companies specializing in renewable energy research to the district.
I'm Running Clean
As a clean elections candidate, I will not be taking contributions from PACs, businesses, corporations, political parties or labor unions.
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