Solving problems, whether big or small, will be the purpose and priority of my district office:
- Connecting constituents to vital public services
- Notarizing forms and helping with government paperwork
- Providing assistance to help navigate unemployment, veteran’s assistance, and other services
- Listening to concerns about legislation and more
One of the fundamental realities often forgotten by our elected leaders is that they are, first and foremost, public servants. Being open and accessible will be the top priority of my district office. I will provide strong and effective constituent services, and you will know that when you voice your concerns, ideas or questions to my office, I will be paying attention.
My district office will be an open door to those in need of help. Our veterans put their lives on the line, and complicated paperwork and bureaucracies shouldn’t be a barrier to accessing the assistance they’ve earned. Many of our neighbors need support in tough times, and no one should be left stranded because they can’t connect to existing services.
When elected, the 182nd District can count on a high level of service and accountability, along with a leader who wants their direct input on how we can make our neighborhoods stronger, safer, and better places to live.