WORKING HARD FOR WORKING FAMILIES

  Organized labor has had my family's back for generations. As the daughter of two union members, my father, Jim, a proud member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, Division 71 and my mother, Nila, a retired state employee, I know that union support protected my family's opportunities. As your Senator, I'm going to continue that fight and work hard for working families.

Organized labor has had my family's back for generations. As the daughter of two union members, my father, Jim, a proud member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, Division 71 and my mother, Nila, a retired state employee, I know that union support protected my family's opportunities. As your Senator, I'm going to continue that fight and work hard for working families.

Improving the quality of life for all families in District 30.

  • Something is wrong when child care costs more than tuition to the University of Maryland. We need to expand the voucher program and tax credit brackets to ensure all families have access to affordable, quality childcare.
  • Our economy needs to work for all of Maryland’s workers. No one in our community should have to live in poverty. We need to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour statewide to ensure all Marylanders can build a better life for their families.
  • Transportation should never be an obstacle to a job. We need common sense, regional approaches to our very real transportation challenges. I will to fight for 21st Century transportation solutions that are affordable, accessible, and consistent in order to connect communities to job and educational opportunities. 
  • Unions built the American Middle Class. We must to protect and expand collective bargaining rights and union apprenticeships for more Marylanders.