I was born and raised in Arizona by my wonderful parents who have always been active in the issues that shaped our beautiful state. My father’s first job after attending Arizona State University was as a land planner for the City of Phoenix.
The two biggest issues moving forward in 2021 will be continuing our response to the COVID-19 pandemic by passing additional support for families and small businesses, and continuing our investment in our K-12 schools.
The first major issue that I am focused on is the recovery from COVID-19 and the recession that it caused.
As we consider Arizona’s future, my two top priorities as your representative are the state’s COVID response and recovery and public education.
Not to disrespect the question posed, I must take some liberty as my major issues are not unique to this district.
This pandemic presents enormous challenges that require leadership in the Arizona legislature that both recognizes the problems and has the competence to develop solutions.
We are approaching two years since I stood at the podium in the Tempe Union Governing Board room for the first time to introduce a resolution surrounding mental health and suicide prevention.
Running for Tempe Union is a personal story for me, as I am a middle school art teacher in Tempe.
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