Seminole is the place I have chosen to call home for more than 20 years. I was twice elected Seminole City Councilor and served for six years.
Both my Bachelors and Masters Degrees are in Political Science, the latter from USF-Tampa, majoring in Comparative Government and Politics.
Through my government and volunteer community service and my formal education, I believe my life experience will provide insight and critical thinking skills needed during this transformational time of COVID-19. Public health needs, unemployment, and dropping tax revenue will present challenging times in the Florida Legislature.
2020 marks the centennial of winning women the right to vote. Our lawmakers should reflect Florida’s population. This means electing more women–and not just women, but hard-working, principled, compassionate women who can best navigate through this difficult time of pandemic.
From the dirt roads where I grew up in Nebraska, I have paved my way to a rewarding life in Pinellas County. Like many people in District #66 I come from a working class family. I share your values–values which I will bring to Tallahassee as your State House Representative.
With the health and well-being of Pinellas’ people and its environment in mind, my goal is to put people before politics. I humbly ask for your vote.
Candidate for State House, District #66