I Care About Pennsylvania
That’s why I entered public service as a young attorney, and it’s also why I came home after my congressional service instead of staying in Washington. I was more interested in living and working in Pennsylvania than I was in turning my reputation over to D.C. special interests.
I’ve spent the last 14 years working in a small law office for individuals and family business clients. I joined the board of directors of a small business lender, where we support job creating entrepreneurs and help people to realize their dreams.
This is where the real Pennsylvania shines through.
We Need Compassionate &
We Need Common Sense
The key to success for the Keystone State is Common Sense. Sensible laws and regulations will lead us to greater economic opportunity – more jobs, lower inflation, lower taxes, and no free money without expectations. We must prevent our children from being pawns of the state in a cruel political power game. Their very futures are being toyed with by a bureaucracy that is focused on pleasing BIG education and teachers’ unions and not the students and parents it is supposed to serve.
Why This Election Matters to Pennsylvania
People are leaving Pennsylvania. Why? Because we have anti-growth policies and inefficient, ineffective government services. Harrisburg powerbrokers put their interests ahead of yours and behave like YOU work for THEM. We need responsive government services and economic policy that supports entrepreneurship, work, and the people of Pennsylvania.