My wife, Tausha, and I have been married for over twenty years. We have three awesome children: Ethan, 19; Lindsay 18; and Emma, 5. All of us have resided in southern Jefferson County all our lives, and District 15, specifically Oakdale, for over 18 years. I am a certified human resources professional.
I wish to do no harm. I want to help all of my friends and neighbors, in District 15, and our city, live better lives: all of us! I want to help the poor obtain tangible wealth; for the oppressed I want them to obtain sustained freedom and independence; and, for our posterity I seek unprecedented happiness that spans generations.
I'm running for office because I, like many others in this community, feel, forgotten. We severely lack commercial investment (retail, banks, jobs, etc.), as well as capital investment (paving, lighting, neighborhood entries, etc.). I shall change that. Our property values are stagnant. Increasing property values is one my my primary goals. I will strongly push for enforcement of our existing laws to protect all of my friends and neighbors from drug dealers and other criminals that put our families and children at risk.
I am not afraid to stand up an establishment that has punished our district for decades. The only time you see them is around Derby and Election Day. The establishment candidate, my opponent, will come to you promising the world, insisting they are the party and candidate for the poor and working people, and demonizing everyone against them. That is a lie.
My record attests that I stand for working people, families and service. The used drug needles, decaying properties, depressed property values and lack of investment are a testament to my opponent's record and "experience." We deserve better!
They will race bait. They will party bait. They will try to pit people against each other and use the same ol' tactics they have used for decades. They will promise programs instead of progress, entitlement instead of employment, worthless regulation instead of results, and demonizing as a distraction to their failure. We must remember that this race is about us, and how wonderful our district can be if we work together to take a new direction, for us!
Look at what they have done, their failure for generations. What would give you the idea that they could offer anything new? We deserve better, and I shall deliver a better future for our district.