What I stand for
Over the next few months, you'll get to know what I stand for.
Let's start with some of my personal ideologies.
I grew up the son of a stay at home mom turned teacher, and a father who worked a number of jobs to support our family of six. Growing up as the oldest of four, I had to learn quickly how to work well with others, and to make sure that if I wanted to be heard, I had to speak up.
My parents supported us in every way possible. We always had enough, never excess. We were encouraged to do our best in school, to give our all on the field, and to remember to treat everyone with respect.
The Golden Rule is one I'll always focus on. Treat others the way you'd want to be treated. We are an interconnected collaboration of individuals, and we need to remember that.
I believe everyone has the right to their own beliefs, and that those beliefs should be respected.
Everyone has the right to be who they are. Love who they want to, worship as they wish, and make the right choices for themselves as an individual with out fear of recourse.
Every American should have the right to an education. Every American should have the right to quality healthcare. Every American should have the right to clean water, air and land.
I believe that in order for the America that we all want, everyone has a part to play.
As a council candidate, I will always have my focus on the needs of my constituents. I promise that I will always explain my decisions, clearly, with my reasoning and data sources clearly laid out for each and every one of you.
We Deserve Better