I want us to create a government we can trust to hold us to our best selves—to share our resources carefully and fairly, to secure equal rights and dignity for all, and to make sure everyone has access to quality healthcare, education, housing we can afford, and social supports paid for with a progressive and fair tax system. I focus my service as a representative, on bringing people into the work of government and building participation in our democracy.

I'm running for office again because this is a crucial moment in the fight for a fair Vermont, and I'm committed to doing what needs to be done to build a Brattleboro that works for all of us.

The six years since I first ran for office have brought immense challenges—and also taught us what is possible when we come together to protect and support each other in community. As we emerge from the pandemic and adjust to reduced federal funding, we have key decisions to make: will we go back to business as usual, or will we tackle the hard problems and do the real work to make our state the best it can be? From housing to healthcare to the environment and public safety, we've made progress during my time in office, but it is nowhere near enough.

Things move slowly in Montpelier, but I believe we have momentum, and I want to hear from you: what are the most important problems and solutions you want us to work on?

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