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I'm running for U.S. Congress to bring tangible change and improvement to Congress. I have built my life around helping others overcome adversities and because of that experience, I know what it looks like when people have access to the resources they need to succeed: quality education, healthcare, good jobs, safe neighborhoods, and equal access to opportunities.
The issues that matter most to me include healthcare, women’s rights, education, veterans, voting rights and prosperity for our communities. We need to guarantee access to affordable and fair healthcare for everyone, especially women. I will make sure that our children have access to quality education from two years of age through college, so they can grow up with their dreams intact. I will fight to my core to ensure that our veterans and military have the healthcare, housing and funding needed. These issues affect us all—whether we are African American, Asian, Caucasian, Hispanic, Mixed Race, Native American, or LGBTQ+. These are things that can be addressed together as one country united under God's grace.
I agree that both major parties seem to have shifted further from the center. The political climate in the United States has been one of division and polarization over the past several years, and this trend shows no signs of slowing down. The 2020 presidential election was more divisive than any before it, with some Donald Trump supporters refusing to accept the results of the election if he lost. Now, neither major political party seems interested in reaching across the aisle to collaborate with their counterparts. One possible reason for this is that both sides have moved further away from the center, and centrist voters are feeling ignored as a result.
My proposed ABC Bill (The American Bipartisan Commitment) will help end the suffering that our communities face when congress fights! If a congress member votes no on a bill, and if it passes, then that member's congressional district does not get the funding for his/her district. This bill will force congress to work together in the best interest of our communities.