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Every four years, the conversation starts anew on how to make this state's presidential primary meaningful in the process of electing the nation's next leader.
Community Events, March 2015
I serve on the Education Committee and am dedicated to improving the quality of education for all students in our state. Last year, the 24-credit graduation requirement passed, which poses a significant problem for our at-risk youth who attend multiple high schools before graduating.
I am not going to say this is a male trait, because between me and my husband, I am the one who doesn’t like to ask for directions. Maybe it is an introverted thing. I’d rather wander aimlessly through the hardware store aisles than ask for help, because then I might have to make conversation. Worse, I might get an overly helpful employee who wants to hand-deliver me to the correct place. Both instances strike fear and awkwardness in my heart.
The 2015 legislative session has just begun, and we are off to an exciting start. I have been selected to serve on the Education Committee, Public Safety Committee and on the Local Government Committee as assistant ranking member. I am energized and honored to serve you in a capacity that will make positive impacts in the lives of those living in the 35th District and beyond.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama highlighted plunging gas prices. Ironic, since Obama has done everything in his power to curtail domestic oil production and drive up gas prices.