We all have stories.  Some of our stories are of hardship, some are of better days.  But all of our stories shape who we are and our outlook on life.

My story began with a lot of hardship.  Growing up homeless and in poverty is not something I would wish on anyone, but in looking back I see how my story shaped me, so I don't regret it.

I have the perspective of having lived through some extremely rough times, and as your State Representative that helps me understand and help those who are in similar circumstances.

If you'd like to learn more about my story--past, present and future--please take a moment to watch this short TV ad my campaign put together:

I hope this short ad was helpful in understanding where I came from and where I'm headed.  If you think so, would you consider sending a donation to help make sure I can get this message to voters throughout the 26th District?

Running TV ads is expensive, so your financial support would be greatly appreciated!  Please consider a donation of $100, $50, $25, or even as little as $10 or $5.  You can make an easy online donation today on my website.

Thank you for your support!

Upcoming Events!

I always look forward to opportunities to meet people like you throughout the 26th District.  If you have the time, I would love the opportunity to talk with you and hear your story.

Here are a few upcoming candidate forums where you'll be able to get a chance to share your concerns as well as hear from me.

Tuesday, October 7th:

Key Peninsula Candidate Forum
7:00 pm
Key Peninsula Civic Center
17010 S. Vaughn Rd. KPN, 98394

Wednesday, October 8th:

Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum
8:00 am
Port Orchard Pavilion
701 SW Bay St, Port Orchard, WA 98366

Thursday, October 16th:

League of Women Voters Forum
6:00 pm
Norm Dicks Government Center
345 6th Street, Bremerton, WA 98337

Thanks for reading!  I hope to hear from you soon.


P.S.  Please consider making a donation to my campaign today to help me keep airing TV ads like the one above.  $5, $10 or $15 from 100 people reading this email would go a long way.  Thank you!!



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