Dear District 10 Residents,
I'm running for Congress because I believe that the citizens of Washington’s 10th District deserve that provides sincere, transparent and effective government at the federal level for a better South Puget Sound.
We need a solution centered attitude in government. If elected, I will bring my common sense approach to government to work in the other Washington in order to protect taxpayers from government overreach, strengthen our military, and ensure that all of our children receive a world-class education with a focus on equity vs. equality. I want to bring new ideas, new vision, and a bipartisan approach to the federal government. As an engineer it has been my job to fix broken things, it is time we fix our government.
My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). While we all make changes to the way we live, work, and interact with others, I hope that you and your family are safe. As the news and new developments related to COVID-19 continue to swell within Washington’s 10th Congressional District, I encourage district residents to exercise common sense precautions and observe the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Out of an abundance of caution and consistent with Governor Inslee’s order to “stay home”, our campaign is ceasing offline activities indefinitely. In addition, our campaign will remain vigilant as to learning more about this horrible disease by continuing to watch for new developments and by keeping informed of added recommendations from our public health authorities.
Working together as a united 10th District, we will get through these challenging times and come out on the other stronger and more resilient than ever before. Working together we will defeat COVID-19 and get our people back to work and return our economy to soaring