Why I'm Running
I spent most of my career as an elementary school teacher right here in Phoenix. I had been in the classroom for a few years when I started getting frustrated with Arizona’s public school system.
The true epiphany came when part of my ceiling collapsed over a rug full of kindergartners. I was able to shield the children, so thankfully I was the only one injured. This is the state of education in Arizona.
And that's why I'm running for the State House—to change the state of education and protect our students. I hope you'll join me.
A Vision for Arizona
EDUCATION IS KEY
I want to keep working for an Arizona where public schools receive the funding that our kids deserve. Our state doesn’t have to be at the bottom of the country for things like student achievement, class size, and teacher salary.
VOTING IS A RIGHT
It's imperative that we protect access to the ballot box. All voters in Arizona have a right to cast their ballot securely and easily, whether that’s by mail or at the polls.
The fundamental right to an abortion is under attack in Arizona. I trust Arizonans to decide when and how to start a family. I will always vote to protect that right.