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BRIDGING GAPS FOR

DISTRICT 101

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THANK YOU!
I am humbled and honored to be the State Representative for Florida House District 101. Since I was elected, I have been working hard in the District and Tallahassee on behalf of all residents. I am grateful to have sponsored and passed three bills which greatly benefit our communities. I look forward to sponsoring additional legislation and obtaining appropriations to make our neighborhoods and businesses stronger. The Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact our everyday lives and I am constantly mindful of the needed resources for our community to bring comfort and opportunities. I continue to ensure that residents have access to Covid-19 testing and vaccines, employment, housing and nutrition assistance and awareness of the stimulus funding offered by President Biden. As a community, we are in this together and always know we can strive to make a difference for our families, friends, and neighbors.

BOLSTER OUR SCHOOLS

Our schools need the support of our state legislature. I will work with my colleagues to implement physical security upgrades in our schools; promote learning in a positive school climate while fostering open communication among staff and students; invest in our teachers by ensuring that their salaries reflect education as a priority while providing them with the appropriate training and resources to master the art of teaching, and facilitate parent feedback and involvement.

MAKE HEALTHCARE AFFORDABLE

America needs to move from a sick-care system to a healthcare system.  I plan on working with my colleagues to make healthcare spending tax free for employees; address mental health issues in our communities; advocate for Medicaid Expansion and Revision; establish a medication pool for children with cancer or chronic diseases where medications and treatments can be unaffordable even for those with insurance; and advocate for caps on drug prices to make life-saving drugs and procedures affordable.   

IMPROVE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Our community needs a public transportation system that is convenient and cost effective for everyone.  In order to achieve this, I will advocate for the Expressway Authority to divert more money to public transit and less to highway expansion.  Residents also need more incentives to use public transportation or ride bikes to work that are in safe paths.  In this regard, I will launch a campaign to encourage employers to provide tax-free transportation benefits to workers, such as bus, train, light rail, van pool, etc.. We can also make our communities cleaner and healthier by using public money as incentives for green transportation technologies and to convert city buses and trucks to run on alternate low emission fuels. 

PLATFORM

ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY

Public safety is a priority for all communities. I support better gun control to promote safer communities.  I will support more funding to deploy more police officers while also providing them with the appropriate resources and training to enhance performance, and conduct effective crime prevention programs, such as community policing, drug awareness, and gun safety.    

ESTABLISH PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

Economic growth and stability is essential to our communities. I will collaborate and partner with the private sector to assist college graduates with housing and other services, establishing hubs in various communities that can provide them with an adequate support system and boost economic development in the district. I will work to expand valuable affiliations with businesses and large corporations to create incentives for hiring and mentoring graduates as well as individuals in underprivileged sections of our district.