As your Congressional District 3 representative, I will make sure that we have honesty in Washington DC.
As your representative I will stand up to protect the liberties we cherish most.

Issues Matter

Medicare for All

There is no reason that the United States, the wealthiest nation in the world, cannot provide access to quality healthcare to all its citizens. Read More 

Ending the Influence of Money in Politics

Legislative acts designed to curb the influence of money in politics were obliterated following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. Read More 

Net Neutrality and Browsing Privacy

Net Neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) must allow users access to all internet content regardless of content’s creator, must not favor any particular content, and must not prevent users from accessing any particular content. Read More 

End Federal Marijuana Prohibition

Marijuana is currently classified as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act. Despite evidence that marijuana has medical utility and can be used safely, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) has maintained this classification. Read More

Ensure the Solvency of Social Security

For the majority of Americans, all of their income is subject to taxation for social security. However, any income accumulated beyond $127,200 (as of 2017) is exempt from the tax. This cap makes the social security tax regressive where, effectively, the burden of funding social security falls on the middle and working classes while the wealthiest Americans pay less than their fair share. Read More

Protecting Voting Rights

Efforts to prevent United States citizens from exercising their right to vote are running rampant across the country. Voter suppression methods such as reduction in the number of polling places, purging of voter rolls, disinformation about voting procedures, and voter intimidation have disproportionately impacted minority and low-income communities. Read More

 

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