Why I’m running for state representative

When I first came to Colorado Springs in 1975, I was a soldier at Fort Carson.

Southeast Colorado Springs was the place to live.

It was growing and thriving.

Now, we’ve been ignored and forgotten by our political leaders and our communities have seen increased crime and decay.

Despite these out-of-touch politicians, we continue to raise our families and fight to make ends meet.

As a small business owner, I’ve lived through the struggles of making payrolls and getting the bills paid.

Unfortunately, state government has made running your own business virtually untenable.

They burden us with increased taxes, fees and red tape and make it difficult for us to hire our neighbors and improve our community.

We need a leader who has been a part of this district for decades.

We need a leader who knows this district’s struggles.

We need a leader that will empower people and make it easier for small businesses to hire our citizens.

We need someone who believes that our best days are ahead and has a plan to get us there.

That’s why I’m running for state representative to be your voice in Denver!

Please explore our website to learn more about my candidacy and how to get involved in this fight.