Where I Stand
I believe in fiscal responsibility. This is a stressful time for you and for government officials grappling with a $1.3 billion budget shortfall. However, I will work for a productive state with a balanced budget, and I will always work for job growth. (Read More)
I am committed to continually improving Kansas' K-12 schools so every child can continue receiving a high-quality education, and our teachers have resources they need to provide it.
As I have visited with voters in our district, as well as community leaders and local elected officials, I have continually heard that our thoughts and concerns are not being heard or addressed in Topeka.
It is key for every constituent to be able to easily reach their representative — it's not right now, and that's one of the reasons I decided to run.
I want my constituents to have an open line to Topeka, and I pledge that my personal phone number and email address will be easily accessible for everyone. It will be a priority to respond to every inquiry as quickly as I can.
I am completely committed to making sure our law enforcement and first responders have the necessary needs to do their job each and every day to keep us safe. I fully support our first responders and wholeheartedly disagree with any movement to defund or minimize the police force.
I am a proud member of the NRA. Like many Kansans, I strongly support the Second Amendment and believe that gun ownership is an individual right.