First, we must move our political discourse in a positive direction. Extreme polarization between the two main political parties has resulted in gridlock. Continuing down this path is not the answer. We must work together.
Second, we must remove the monetary influences in politics. From representatives investing in the stock market after briefings to special interest lobbyists influencing legislation, the end result does not benefit the average American.
Third, if elected I will do everything I can to serve the people of Southwest Washington.
Once we improve the political dialogue, remove monetary interests in politics, and focus on serving the people we can get down to the hard work of addressing the following issues.
Inflation Adapting to a Changing Climate Reforming Immigration Public Safety Health Care Costs Jobs/Economy Investing in InfrastructureTaxes National DebtEducation Housing Shortage Homelessness Social Security National Defense Dealing with Adversaries TerrorismEtc.