I know firsthand how hard it can be to make ends meet, and what it is to fight for an education. As the eldest of six, I know it was a often a struggle for my parents to put food on the table. Because the money simply was not there from my family, I put myself through school for my undergraduate degree, graduate degree, and teacher certification. I support a living wage and unions, think Right to Work is wrong for Missouri, and believe that for working families to thrive, they need a strong community foundation.
I support workers' rights, and policies that allow small businesses to thrive and pay their workers a fair living wage.
As a former teacher and union member, I support our unions.
I’m a former teacher and union member. I support Missourians making a living wage.
I want to attract good jobs to the state and to the 96th district. I want to provide incentives to keep businesses here.
Right to Work
Right to Work is WRONG for Missouri. Period.