Dear Neighbors of House District 33,
I hope you and your family are safe during COVID-19, a difficult period for all of us. Governor Andy Beshear has shown exceptional leadership and compassion during this historic pandemic, guiding the process of protecting Kentuckians and reopening our society in a safe manner.
I am the Democratic nominee running in the November 3, 2020 election. I ran unopposed in the June primary, and consider it an honor to be part of the political process for elected office. Voters may now request a mail-in ballot through govoteky.com; vote in person, beginning October 13th - November 2nd, or vote on Election Day.
Your support is critical as this election season is about the public’s interest over self-interest. I also have legislative and government experience working across the aisle as needed to support effective policies for our Commonwealth. As a Navy veteran, I understand the importance of public service.
COVID-19 presents us with political, economic, and social challenges. I see this as a time of rebuilding and, in some instances, redefinition. Every day questions will require well thought out solutions. Jobs and economic recovery, fair 2020 elections, federal financial assistance to Kentucky and a more just society are top priorities.
When the dust settles, the road ahead depends on the public and private sectors working effectively. Government can help people improve their lives through education, accessible healthcare, infrastructure investment and a clean environment balanced with businesses providing jobs, economic growth, and innovation. I believe Kentuckians want to elect problem solvers with a vision of a stronger future.
Finally, I pledge to the voters of House District 33 honest and straightforward representation. I am a public servant first and foremost rather than a politician. Thank you for reading, and I look forward to your support this November. Your vote makes a difference!