In our representative democracy, elected officials must constantly listen to voters in order to understand their concerns and advocate for their priorities. I welcome your input. I will add your voice to the thousands of Massachusetts voters I have heard from as a state representative and during my walk around the Commonwealth. Please submit your thoughts, ideas, stories, research, and perspectives: Add your Voice!
Elected officials must also do their homework. I have encountered, analyzed, and fact-checked many of the important issues and challenges facing the people of Massachusetts and our nation. My breadth and depth of education and professional experience has given me an extensive and first-hand understanding of the economy, job creation, our education and health care systems, environmental protection, veterans affairs, and other issues. My perspectives on these and other matters, stemming from voter input and my own principles, are outlined below.
I want to bring your voice to the Massachusetts State House with courage, conviction, and compassion, to ensure that the perspectives of folks just like you are being heard in the Massachusetts Legislature. I vow to be your advocate, and not be captive to the kind of lobbyists and special interest groups that are pouring money into politics. I am confident that with hard work, integrity, innovation, and common sense, the will of the people will ultimately keep the Commonwealth on a long-term path toward peace, prosperity, and opportunity for all.