Community Safety


As a state legislator my first responsibility is to ensure that our people can feel safe living in our community. My way of addressing the problem is by becoming a bridge connecting everyday people to our police, our local businesses, and our representatives at the Capitol. For far too long our district has been known for violence, drugs, and homelessness; with your help I will bring us together to solve these ailments

51st Avenue and Baseline Phoenix AZ


Our children are our future, and after our children were forced out of school and extracurricular events during the pandemic, our district has fallen far behind in education. . . this HAS to be fixed. The first solution is giving the choice behind current school curriculum back to the parents. YOU have the right to choose where your kids go to school and what they are taught, while I will be holding our district school boards accountable for everything in curriculums that are being taught in our classes. Our children are being forced to learn gender ideology and critical race theory before they know how to sign their own names, and it is up to us to save them from a future without the education they are promised.




In 2021, the Drug Enforcement Administration seized 9.5 million (9,500,000) pills in Arizona. This is only what was reported. Arizona has lost more than 2,000 people due to opioid overdoses in 2021 alone - an average of 5 deaths per day. This presents a serious danger for our community both now and in the future. As a representative of the people I will advocate for a refinance and restructure of our border security to help ensure the safety of our community.

States' Responsibilities

Arizona and other states have begun to rely on the federal government for grants and regulations for far too long. The 10th Amendment of the Constitution demands that anything not delegated to the federal government is the responsibility of the states or to the people.  With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, this is very relevant. The states have the responsibility to regulate and fight for your voice. With me in office we will start utilizing the rights we always had but forgot about and lost.

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Arizona State Capitol
(1700 W Washington Street Phoenix AZ 85007)

One of us for all of us!

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