Every day of this campaign, I get the chance to demonstrate the kind of delegate that I will be: engaged, listening, and working relentlessly to find solutions to our most challenging problems.
Take Thursday. I spent the day in the district talking with people about practical ways we can improve life here – including:innovative financing to help our small businesses grow,reforming Medicaid practices so that families with special needs kids can get better access to adaptive technologysimple ways that Central Virginia can get more federal funding when natural disasters strike. I’m running for the Virginia House of Delegates because I’m tired of elected officials who don’t show up except to cut ribbons, complain about the other side, and occasionally fill out the crowd at press conferences.
We deserve better from our representatives.
If you are frustrated with elected officials who choose to spend their time in PR stunts (or are completely off the radar!), then please donate to our campaign as we fight for change.
Your contribution of $10, $20, $50 or $100 this week will go straight to the cost of printing a “walk card,” the simple piece of literature we give to voters when we talk to them at events and at their doors. Each one costs about 50 cents – which means that every $10 you give will help us reach 20 voters.
If you can’t make a donation at this time, that’s okay too. This campaign is fighting for every single person in the district, not just those who can write a big check.
Thank you for believing in this campaign. Together we are going to do great things, and I’m privileged to work alongside you.