Our recent election was exciting on both the local and national levels. I was honored to be re-elected to serve District 120. Running unopposed does take some of the anxiety out of the electoral process, but it doesn’t diminish my appreciation for all the congratulatory notes and calls from friends and supporters.
The closer we get to heading back to the Statehouse for session, the more our daunting challenges are beginning to look like good opportunities for real, substantive reforms, especially regarding those two priority matters, ethics and transportation infrastructure.
Much of my summer has been taken up serving on the two study committees preparing recommendations on these priorities, to be presented to the full House shortly after we reconvene. Continue>>>