Why I’m running
While presenting news to the Jacksonville area for 25 years, I went through three bouts with breast cancer and started a foundation for the underserved survivors. I’m running for Congress because I believe healthcare should be a right in this country.
But it’s deeper than that.
When I listen to people around here, they say the same things regardless of party:
- I’m exhausted by the chaos, the fighting, and the fear
- I’m frustrated by those who enable it
- It should be easier to build a better life
- I want someone who represents me, not special interests.
If you believe it’s time to return sanity and civility to our government, to put people over politics, I hope you’ll allow me to serve you in Congress. Let’s take it to the House.
I’ll make sure every American has the right to a doctor and control health care costs.
I’ll be an environmental steward, protecting our coastline and neighborhoods.
I’ll make sure everyone pays their fair share in taxes – no more, no less.
I’ll save both lives and the Second Amendment.