What inspired you to run for office? “My four year old daughter inspired me to run for office. She came home from preschool a few months ago told me about doing a drill to hide when there are strangers in the building at her preschool. The fact that this is even necessary makes me sick. I want to make sure that my daughter, and every child just like her, is kept safe and has access to every opportunity that the State of Georgia can provide. Protecting our Constitutional rights, our local community, and our planet are significant ways that I can help give Georgians the beautiful lives that they deserve.”

What are you fighting for? “Georgia also recently passed HB 481 which severely limits a woman’s reproductive freedom and choices. We’re one of only four states that doesn’t have a law against hate crimes. Discrimination, bigotry, and racism are running rampant. These things are not okay. I will fight for all Georgians to be treated equally and with respect, unlike many of our current lawmakers who simply ignore the people they’re supposed to represent.”

What do you want voters to know about you? “I refuse to sit quietly on the sidelines while Georgians are being bullied and bypassed by their elected representatives. I’m not a politician; I’m a mom, a wife, and a woman who cares about other people. My mission as your new State Senator will be to represent District 45 in a way that allows all residents to feel safe, seen, and heard in 2020 and beyond.”

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