Politicians in Congress are too busy fighting each other. They aren’t finding ways to help families.
I am running for Congress because families in this district need leaders who wake up every day to solve problems.
I’ve spent my career as a physician and pulmonologist helping people. For more than twenty years, I’ve helped patients overcome their health challenges and go on to lead richer lives.
When a patient comes into my office, they don’t say whether they are a Republican or Democrat. They tell me what’s wrong, and we begin working together to make them feel better. Congress shouldn’t be any different.
I’ll work across the aisle and pass legislation that benefits all our families. Here’s where I’d start:
Tackling inflation and the cost of living: Families are getting squeezed by rising costs on everything from groceries to insurance premiums. I’ll fight to help you keep more of your money.
Growing the economy and creating good jobs: I’ll fight to create good-paying jobs that can support a family.
Improving roads and infrastructure: I’ll fight for smart investments to improve our roads and bridges. Let’s upgrade our power grid and improve internet access.
Standing up to extreme politics: Neither party is right 100% of the time. I’ll fight for the good of our country – not a political party.
My wife and I raised our three children here in Southern California. I love these communities and people deserve more from Washington.
I humbly ask for your vote.