“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
-Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
As a lifelong North Carolina resident, I’m deeply concerned about our state.
I grew up in a community that cared for its neighbors, and with a legislature that worked to create opportunities for its citizens. In those days, the state government used equality and inclusiveness as guiding principals for every policy it proposed.
I believe our legislature needs to get back to those guiding principals. We can do that by focusing on creating truly gainful employment that provides a living wage for every worker.
I believe that a quality public education for every child and healthcare that is accessible and affordable for the people in District 83 are examples of those principals.
As the daughter of a Korean War veteran, I believe we need to take care of the men and women who’ve given so much for us.
Most importantly, I believe we need districts that are drawn so that we the people can elect our representatives based on their ideas and their performance—not their party. These are the guiding principals we need to return to.
In 2020, I ask you to join me.