One of the main reasons I am running to be your next US Senator is because, like most of you, I find the games our current elected officials are playing a complete waste of time. The political class has become so out of touch with what the American people truly care about, and instead spends their time trying to make the other party look bad.
Election cycle after Election cycle, all politicians care about is fighting with the other side, reelection and winning the majority. But as we’ve seen, once that goal is achieved and it’s actually time to get down to business, they continually disappoint those of us that put them in office.
I am running for U.S. Senate to guarantee a rational political outsider has a seat at the table who will vote People over party. It’s time Delaware sends someone with private sector experience to DC who understands the struggles of being an employer, and will fight on the side of America’s workforce.
If elected, I will advocate for immediate funding to the public health emergency fund that Congress hasn't replenished for years. It is unacceptable to me that more than 50,000 Americans died from drug overdoses last year.
If elected, I will work hard to pass legislation that guarantees easy access to mental health services for Veterans. I will also make sure that this area is fully funded after years of record low funding which I find unacceptable. It’s time we prioritize the health of our Veterans coming back home.
For too long, our state has lost the pro-business work environment that once drew lots of good paying jobs. It’s time Delaware has an ally in DC who has private sector experience and knows the struggles of being a business owner in Delaware.
For our veterans coming home today, we must ensure a smooth transition to civilian life by ending the senseless bureaucracy that prevents them from using the skills they learned during their service.