ASSISTING OUR HOMELESS
The impact of the statewide homeless crisis on Stockton has been severe. Turning a blind eye to those living on our streets is not only a public health and safety issue; it is not compassionate. We need to focus first on providing shelter for our homeless and then inevitably finding them a home. We can do this by partnering with the county and our local non-profit and faith-based organizations that provide needed services, including food, shelter, drug rehabilitation, and mental health assistance. We also need to ensure those who commit property and violent crimes are held accountable, just like everyone else.

KEEP OUR NEIGHBORHOODS SAFE
My number one priority is keeping our neighborhoods safe. We must support the brave men and women who put their lives on the line to protect us. I will ensure that our first responders have the resources to fight crime while keeping our lives and property safe. This includes training, equipment, and increased ranks. In addition, we must work to attract recruits while retaining more experienced personnel. My commitment to public safety is paramount and I am proud to be endorsed by the Stockton Police Officers and Firefighters as well as the Deputy Sheriff’s Association.

CREATE BETTER-PAYING JOBS
To attract and retain high-paying family-wage jobs, Stockton’s government needs to be user-friendly and proactive. As we emerge from the pandemic, many businesses are still struggling. We need to utilize Stockton’s many assets to boost economic development to create better-paying jobs. By partnering with our local schools, colleges, and universities, we can build an educated and well-trained workforce to fill these new jobs. As a long-time business owner, I know how unexpected events can affect the bottom line. Our government’s role is to reduce the burden of these incidents, not add to them.

HOLD GOVERNMENT FISCALLY ACCOUNTABLE
We must never forget the devastating impact Stockton’s bankruptcy had on our city. Stockton’s government should always consider the long-term fiscal implications in every financial decision. Yet, we must continue to invest in our city and improve the quality of life for our residents. This means making informed decisions while spending tax dollars wisely. Stockton was recently named the country’s fourth most fiscally healthy large city. As your councilmember, that is one Stockton statistic I intend to keep.


ASSISTING OUR HOMELESS
The impact of the statewide homeless crisis on Stockton has been severe. Turning a blind eye to those living on our streets is not only a public health and safety issue; it is not compassionate. We need to focus first on providing shelter for our homeless and then inevitably finding them a home. We can do this by partnering with the county and our local non-profit and faith-based organizations that provide needed services, including food, shelter, drug rehabilitation, and mental health assistance. We also need to ensure those who commit property and violent crimes are held accountable, just like everyone else.

KEEP OUR NEIGHBORHOODS SAFE
My number one priority is keeping our neighborhoods safe. We must support the brave men and women who put their lives on the line to protect us. I will ensure that our first responders have the resources to fight crime while keeping our lives and property safe. This includes training, equipment, and increased ranks. In addition, we must work to attract recruits while retaining more experienced personnel. My commitment to public safety is paramount and I am proud to be endorsed by the Stockton Police Officers and Firefighters as well as the Deputy Sheriff’s Association.

CREATE BETTER-PAYING JOBS
To attract and retain high-paying family-wage jobs, Stockton’s government needs to be user-friendly and proactive. As we emerge from the pandemic, many businesses are still struggling. We need to utilize Stockton’s many assets to boost economic development to create better-paying jobs. By partnering with our local schools, colleges, and universities, we can build an educated and well-trained workforce to fill these new jobs. As a long-time business owner, I know how unexpected events can affect the bottom line. Our government’s role is to reduce the burden of these incidents, not add to them.

HOLD GOVERNMENT FISCALLY ACCOUNTABLE
We must never forget the devastating impact Stockton’s bankruptcy had on our city. Stockton’s government should always consider the long-term fiscal implications in every financial decision. Yet, we must continue to invest in our city and improve the quality of life for our residents. This means making informed decisions while spending tax dollars wisely. Stockton was recently named the country’s fourth most fiscally healthy large city. As your councilmember, that is one Stockton statistic I intend to keep.


ASSISTING OUR HOMELESS
The impact of the statewide homeless crisis on Stockton has been severe. Turning a blind eye to those living on our streets is not only a public health and safety issue; it is not compassionate. We need to focus first on providing shelter for our homeless and then inevitably finding them a home. We can do this by partnering with the county and our local non-profit and faith-based organizations that provide needed services, including food, shelter, drug rehabilitation, and mental health assistance. We also need to ensure those who commit property and violent crimes are held accountable, just like everyone else.

KEEP OUR NEIGHBORHOODS SAFE
My number one priority is keeping our neighborhoods safe. We must support the brave men and women who put their lives on the line to protect us. I will ensure that our first responders have the resources to fight crime while keeping our lives and property safe. This includes training, equipment, and increased ranks. In addition, we must work to attract recruits while retaining more experienced personnel. My commitment to public safety is paramount and I am proud to be endorsed by the Stockton Police Officers and Firefighters as well as the Deputy Sheriff’s Association.

CREATE BETTER-PAYING JOBS
To attract and retain high-paying family-wage jobs, Stockton’s government needs to be user-friendly and proactive. As we emerge from the pandemic, many businesses are still struggling. We need to utilize Stockton’s many assets to boost economic development to create better-paying jobs. By partnering with our local schools, colleges, and universities, we can build an educated and well-trained workforce to fill these new jobs. As a long-time business owner, I know how unexpected events can affect the bottom line. Our government’s role is to reduce the burden of these incidents, not add to them.

HOLD GOVERNMENT FISCALLY ACCOUNTABLE
We must never forget the devastating impact Stockton’s bankruptcy had on our city. Stockton’s government should always consider the long-term fiscal implications in every financial decision. Yet, we must continue to invest in our city and improve the quality of life for our residents. This means making informed decisions while spending tax dollars wisely. Stockton was recently named the country’s fourth most fiscally healthy large city. As your councilmember, that is one Stockton statistic I intend to keep.