Where I stand.
Here's my take.
The United States of America is a city on a shining hill that is equipped with immense military might, economic prowess and undeniable influence abroad. However, at home, we are more divided than ever. Healthcare, income inequality and civil rights issues are just a few items that plague our nation on a daily basis.
Threats from our adversaries and rogue militants are fought everyday - at home and abroad.
Even with all the challenges we face today, I believe with a little teamwork and a lot of common sense, things can get done in Washington D.C. for the American people.
I believe all Americans deserve a healthcare system that is effective and efficient, a healthy and booming economy that works for everyone and a safe environment for our kids to learn and play.
America has come a long way, but we still have a ways to go. If elected to Congress, my only priority is to ensure that all Americans are represented and not left by the wayside.
In the coming days and weeks, I'll dig into the details of where I stand on the issues that our nation faces today.