It's time for a fresh perspective in Congress.
I'm running to Represent Rhode Island's 2nd Congressional District because in these unprecedented times, we need a results-oriented leader with Washington relationships, global experience, and an Ocean State perspective. We need a Representative who is accessible and accountable, and who will fight to make sure Rhode Island's voice is always at the table.
Rhode Island has never had a Democratic Congresswoman. With women's rights under attack and Roe v. Wade officially overturned, now is the time for a woman's leadership in Congress.
I hope I can earn your support.
We need to reduce costs on everyday goods and reverse the outsourcing of jobs to improve our supply chains. That starts with boosting manufacturing and creating more good-paying jobs right here in Rhode Island.
The first offshore wind farm in the country was founded right here in the Ocean State, at Block Island. Rhode Island has been a leader in green energy for decades, and we need to fight for and reinvest in those jobs and resources to build a clean energy future.
Small businesses account for 52% of employment in Rhode Island. We need to advocate for tax credits to help small businesses that were disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
Rhode Island is a leader in tourist revenue in the country. We need to take advantage of our natural resources and history and leverage Rhode Island’s most critical growth drivers – the blue economy and the green economy – to protect resources and optimize our open spaces.