Our 2022 legislative session concluded on May 11. Our foremost focus this year was helping people address the high cost of housing, food, healthcare, and other necessities of life.
You can read about my prior work for Aurora and Colorado on my legislation page.
A great deal of information about COVID relief measures enacted in 2021 and 2020 and other COVID-related assistance is available via the “powering the comeback resource guide” here. And you can click here for further COVID resources & information.
I am honored to have been re-elected in 2020 by the voters of House District 36 to represent East Aurora and incorporated Arapahoe County at our state capitol.
Regardless of party affiliation, I believe we all aspire to some of the same basic things: the opportunity to get a good education; the opportunity to earn a living wage for an honest week’s work; the opportunity to provide for your family today and save a little bit for tomorrow; the opportunity to be judged solely on the content of your character, free from discrimination; the opportunity to be safe in your own community; and the opportunity to live and raise a family in a clean and healthy environment.
“Life is action and passion. It is required of a man that he should share the passion and action of his time at peril of being judged not to have lived.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
Those words hung on the wall in my grandmother’s house, and I looked at them often growing up. They made an impact at an early age, and I have spent most of my adult life trying to participate in the action and passion of our times in the best way I know how, and I continue to strive to do so as state representative for House District 36.