Thank you for visiting my webpage. I am running for State Senate in Legislative District 20 (LD20) as a
clean election’s candidate. I believe that it is important that I am beholden to you, the members of our
community. I will put the focus back to where it truly matters, that is you. For too long, everyday
Arizonans have been ignored and silenced by our legislature.

I will work to give a voice back to those that have been marginalized by reinvesting in our education
system; not just K-12 but also focusing on higher education, promoting healthy families, and creating
economic equality for all not just the few. I am ready for this challenge, but it can’t be completed without

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    Another way to have a positive effect on marginalized families was to change the framework of policies
    that dictate the resources allocated for this majority. By reinvesting in our education system, Promoting the importance of healthy families and advocating for an equitable economy for all. I want to become not only a voice of reason but also a megaphone for everyone within our community. I know that I do not have all the answers but that’s where you come in. I want to work together with you building bridges and empowering you, ensuring your voice is heard. Working together as a community is
    the only way that we can truly create change.



    Disregarding our public schools is not only a disservice to our teachers, administrators and staff. It deeply affects families, communities and the children attending these schools.



    Living a healthy lifestyle should not only be accessible to those that can afford it. Without access to an appropriate healthcare solution it puts an undue stress on our economy.  



    Families that are working full time or have multiple jobs should not be without healthcare or struggle to provide for their families. We need to refocus on the working poor, middle class and marginalized communities.

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    Meet Matt

    I was raised by a single mother for a majority of my childhood she demonstrated what it meant to
    work hard and she reminded me and my brothers of the importance of getting an education. As I’ve
    grown I have come to learn that my experience was not unique. That every day, there are numerous
    families in this situation with their own unique experience and story to tell. My experience instilled in
    me a passion to help those that were often left in the margins of our communities. I realized this passion
    early on and had the opportunity to work with families and individuals with disabilities during high
    school and through college.

    I began working within the non-profit sector. During that time I had a chance to support families that
    relied on resources from not only organizations like the one I worked for but also from the education
    system and the state. Many of these families were usually in need of more support from the institutions
    around them but were often not given the tools or resources to become self-supporting.

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    The lasting change that we need is can only be accomplished by talking to our neighbors. Will you join in us by knocking on doors and making phone call?