Over the course of my campaign, I’ll continue to express my positions on these issues and others. I look forward to making my way up and down the state and listening to all Delawareans about the issues that are most important to them.
Congress has shirked their responsibility to find a permanent solution to our nation’s Border Crisis. I will support Customs and Border Patrol and ICE in their efforts to protect our sovereignty. I will support legislation that addresses the visa, permanent resident, and citizenship issues of those who wish to pledge allegiance to our nation legally. We must stop politicizing this national crisis.
We need to continue to end unnecessary regulations, and pass additional tax cuts that benefit both the middle-class and small businesses throughout our country. Delaware’s manufacturing base has been decimated. The prosperity that has returned to many parts of the nation has yet to touch Delaware. Instead of passing minimum wage legislation, I will work tirelessly to bring real jobs back to Delaware.
I am pro-life. Democrats are advocating for late-term abortion. They are okay with ending a baby’s life at seven, eight and nine months of pregnancy, or even after a child is born. I vehemently disagree. We should instead provide support to mothers and their families facing hardship, and ensure they have the resources necessary to choose life.
The opioid/drug crisis is real. Elected officials who continue to acknowledge the problem, but fail to offer solutions are just using sound bites to get reelected. As a parent who struggled for over twenty years to help my daughter overcome addiction, I know the personal impact and the immense cost of addiction to families in every neighborhood and at all economic levels. We can do better. I will introduce a comprehensive plan that takes into account readily-available treatment, mental health, and addiction prevention.
I fully support the Second Amendment and the U.S. Constitution. Our nation’s citizens should not have their Constitutional right to protect themselves and their families infringed upon. Instead, we should address the root causes of violence and crime in our communities.