Thank you for all your help and support.
As many of you know, I did not win the primary race. The final unofficial count was 2253 (45.7%) to 2665 (54.3%).
I sincerely appreciate your confidence in me. It was going to be a hard race from the start running as an outsider.
I will continue to advocate for justice as I continue my civic work and work towards a better Plymouth.
As a Dad, policymaker, environmental champion, corporate leader, and supporter of community voices in the State House, it is TIME FOR CHANGE. It’s time to represent the values and aspirations of this community and take on the issues of the day… the issues of climate change, the mental health crisis, and social equity.
After a successful 30-year career as a corporate executive, I dedicated myself to public service. I now work at the MA Statehouse on legislation that protects our environment, expands programs for mental health treatment, and provides grants and funding so that our communities thrive.I believe it is essential that we work together to ensure a safe community for our families, children, and seniors so that we can work, learn, play and reach our full potential.
I have to believe that the days are fading away when a State Representative’s only role is to secure earmarks and funding for the community. A State representative’s vote matters! I will vote YES to defend and protect any woman’s right to choose within the State of Massachusetts, no matter where they are from. I will vote YES to comprehensive climate legislation that protects our environments and archives Net Zero emissions by 2040. I will vote YES and work tirelessly until the day when mental health, emotional health, and addiction treatment are a phone call away.