Why me?

Because I am living the reality of working 3 jobs to make ends meet in an area burdened with some of the highest tax rates in the country and facing rising unsustainable health insurance premiums and medication costs 30 times higher than in Canada. Because it is my responsibility to create a sustainable world for my two young daughters that gives them an equal chance to work toward their dreams. Me because I value giving back to my community more than taking from it and because I continue to have hope that we can create a better world for ALL people by returning government’s focus on serving people over personal advancement or profit. Me because I can give our District new energy and authentic vision that focuses not on dividing us amidst today’s problems, but brings us together to embrace tomorrow’s possibilities.