Republican for 34th District Representative
Each candidate was asked to respond to three questions.
1. What are the top issues you will address in your campaign and what are your plans for moving those issues forward?
a. Neighborhood safety - I will continue my work with law enforcement, EMS, fire companies, and communities to improve the safety in our neighborhoods.
b. Fiscal responsibility – We need to reform our state employees’ health insurance and Medicaid programs to establish more individual responsibility and accountability.
c. Economic development – I will continue my work with the Delaware Prosperity Partnership and focus on three of our leading industries, agriculture, tourism, and small businesses
2. What makes you uniquely qualified for the political office you seek?
After two successful terms, I have proven my accountability to the 34th District and Delaware.
While staying committed to certain convictions and principles, I look to unite and work on issues together. In my next term, I will continue to dedicate my time to improving the lives of Delawareans and implementing solutions for Delaware's challenges. Here are some specific examples of my work:
i. Working to improve our economy as a member of the Delaware Prosperity Partnership
ii. Promoting our agriculture industry, tourism, and small businesses
iii. Defending the 2nd Amendment
iv. Supporting parental rights and families
v. Advocating for law enforcement and public safety
vi. Listening to my constituents with town halls and on-going communication
vii. Improving the roads and sidewalks in the 34th District
3. What community groups are you involved with and in what capacity?
a. Board member – Delaware Prosperity Partnership
b. Board member – Meals on Wheels Delaware
c. Board member – DE Turf
d. Attend – Wyoming Church
Profession/employment: Kaplan Test Prep – School Relationship Manager
# of years employed: Six years
Education: BS Bloomsburg University, MBA Penn State University
Political experience: Current State Representative, 34th District Four Years