Issues


EDUCATION

A good education is the foundation for growing the economy and I will fight for our students to get the education they need to compete in a global economy.  Learn More


JOBS AND ECONOMY

To grow our economy in Michigan, we need to make sure everyone has a path to a good job and a secure future.  Learn More


SERVING OUR VETERANS

We should be ashamed when the men and women who stepped up to serve our nation are forced to wait months for the care they need and deserve or face homelessness when they return home.  Learn More


INFRASTRUCTURE

To raise the standard of living for our families Michigan must invest in infrastructure. This means investing in our roads, bridges, highways, waterways, including an expansion of the Soo Locks, pipes, and broadband Internet. Learn More


ENVIRONMENT

The health of our communities and the strength of our economy depend on the fundamentals of clean air, safe water, and nutritious food.  Learn More


WOMEN’S RIGHTS

When women thrive, we all thrive. However, women of Michigan have been held back by an economy and a state government that does not treat them as equals.  Learn More


HEALTHCARE

Everyone in Michigan has a right to quality health care they can afford, and that means expanding coverage and lowering costs.  Learn More


THE OPIOID CRISIS

The opioid crisis attacking our communities is a tragedy and a disease. Overdose deaths in Michigan from opioid abuse jumped 54% in just one year from 2015 to 2016.  Learn More


HOLDING GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE

Government stops working when it stops listening. It becomes government that happens to you, instead of government working for you.  Learn More


HONORING OUR SENIORS

After a lifetime of hard work, we must honor the promises made to our seniors so that they can retire in dignity in the state that they love. In Michigan, changes in taxes and attacks on Medicare and Medicaid have increased burdens on our seniors. Learn More


OUR FREEDOMS

We in Michigan once had some of the strongest civil rights protections in the country in the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, but we’ve fallen behind.  Learn More