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I was born and raised in Minnesota, and I am a proud 30-year resident of Eagan, where my spouse and I raised our 4 children. I am working to ensure that all voices are part of building the future of our community and state. I look forward to continuing to serve our district in the Minnesota House.
Learn more about my story by watching the video or reading here.
Too many people have learned the hard way that accessing health care can lead to disproportionate financial hardship. Obtaining quality, affordable healthcare should not be difficult. That’s why I will continue to work for immediate relief and structural solutions to our healthcare systems.
All of us deserve to live happy, fulfilling lives. It’s important to me to ensure that people with disabilities live barrier-free. That’s why I work for people living with disabilities to receive the services and treatment they need to prosper.
As a member of the Reproductive Freedom Caucus, I will continue the important work of protecting Minnesotans’ right to make their own choices about their bodies.
As a proud bisexual legislator, I am committed to using my voice and platform to advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community. I will continue to ensure that LGBTQIA+ voices are represented and protected in our state.
As Vice Chair of the Capital Investment committee, I prioritize investments in our state's infrastructure. I firmly believe that investing in our roads, utilities, higher education, natural and cultural resources, and telecommunications is crucial to ensuring the prosperity and well-being of our state.
I will continue to champion clean energy incentives that will lead to sustainable, green, good-paying careers for Minnesotans while reducing the impacts of climate change across our communities.
I am committed to ensuring equitable funding of K-12 education throughout the state and making post-secondary education attainable for all students. Moreover, we need to ensure that educators are reflective of our communities so that all children see themselves represented.
For us all to succeed, we must urgently address longstanding injustice in our economy. From structural racism in small business finance to racial hiring prejudice to gender-based pay disparities, we all deserve equal hiring opportunity and pay based on our merits.
I will work to ensure equal access to affordable housing by increasing availability for historically excluded communities, strengthening tenant protections, and helping people remain securely in their homes.