Wilmington is a very special place. Those of us fortunate enough to live here share concerns about the difficulty of balancing healthy growth with protecting our quality of life.
Since 2011 the majority in the General Assembly has had the wrong priorities: tax breaks for corporations and polluters instead of ensuring properly funded schools, affordable healthcare, and clean drinking water.
This year, we can restore common sense and fairness to our great state by electing new leaders whose priorities are in the right place.
I am a public high school teacher, a lacrosse coach, a father, a husband, and a volunteer. I am not pursuing a political career. I am running for office because I can no longer sit on the sidelines and watch this great state be dismantled by those corrupted by power, pursuing an extreme agenda that only works for corporations and the ultra-wealthy. They are failing all of us.
Together, we can begin the hard work of restoring the promise of hope to our children and each other.