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Putting people over politics

When my community asked me to run for State Representative in Fayetteville, Springdale and Johnson, I stepped up because we need a public servant, not a career politician.

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My priorities

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Fighting government

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Strong public schools

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Safe and affordable

Your vote will make the difference in this race.

Even if you've never voted, even if you don't have time to vote, even if you feel like politics isn't for you, it's important to get out and VOTE in District 19. This election will be decided by just a few votes, and you can make or break this election.

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Out of over 8,000 Ballots Cast
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I've been fighting for a better future for Northwest Arkansas my whole life

I’m a lifelong Arkansan, and I made my home in District 19 after attending the University of Arkansas. By day, I fight for solutions to the housing crisis in Northwest Arkansas. I work with Arkansas Community Organizations and Arkansas Renters United to facilitate aid for renters and the most vulnerable of our neighbors.

I see how Arkansans are struggling to pay their bills, feed their families, and find a little bit of joy at the end of a hard day’s work. Right now, Arkansans are getting ripped off by greedy realty companies unwilling to provide habitable conditions and a legislature governed by the wealthy few, not the people.

When the folks in my community and in my life told me to consider running for this seat, I was truly flattered. Still, it took quite a bit of convincing. This is one of the most competitive seats in all of Arkansas, and I know voters deserve a real choice between a leader and a puppet of the increasingly out-of-touch GOP.

I live on the Fayetteville side of the Springdale School District. District 19 offers so much to the vibrant community who lives here. Arvest Ballpark, faith centers, Lake Fayetteville and so many more businesses and landmarks create the thriving and growing image of Northwest Arkansas that our entire state has come to know and rely on. But as Fortune 500 businesses headquartered in our district continue to make record profits, Arkansans are struggling to grapple with inflation and increasingly unaffordable housing and utility bills.

I can’t and won’t be bought.

If you send me to Little Rock, you’ll have a true public servant for everyday Arkansans. I don’t care if I’m the candidate for big business and corporate interests, but I know that I can earn the support of voters’ and make them proud at the State Capitol.


My Priorities

Arkansans deserve safe housing, transparent government, and strong public schools— and an economy built for working people, not the wealthy few.


Safe and affordable housing

We need safe and affordable housing, not worst-in-the-nation laws

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Strong public schools

We need free school lunch, not Arkansas LEARNS 

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Transparent government

We need transparency and good government, not rampant corruption and special Interest Influence

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Important Dates and Deadlines

November 5, 2024 is election day. Mark your calendar.

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