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Moving Rensselaer County Forward

Rensselaer County government should work for the people who power it – you.

To put it simply, I want to be a voice for ordinary and working people in our county legislature. I want to go to work for you, your families, and our collective future.

To me, public service is about improving the lives of those you represent and showing up. That's exactly what I plan to do.

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On The Issues: Issues

Our Local Economy: County Workforce, Main Street, Infrastructure, & Jobs

We need smart and targeted economic development programs that invest in the core of Rensselaer County's economy – our Main Streets and workforce.


Our Environment: Farms, Land Preservation, & Water Systems

Rensselaer County is home to an incredible array of public parks, preserves, and family farms that foundation of our county's identity and sense of place.

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Good Government: Ethics and Transparency

All government should operate on the basic principles of accountability and transparency.


Resources That Work: Our Seniors & Veterans

Our county's services and support programs must work better for our seniors veterans.


Combatting the Opioid Crisis: Rehabilitation First

Let's focus on reducing the rate of long-term addiction to opiates and other drugs in our communities.


Closing the Rural Digital Divide:

High-Speed Internet for All

Access to affordable, high-speed internet of at least 100 Mpbs and reducing the digital divide is critical to ensuring that all Rensselaer County residents have the ability to succeed in today's modern economy.

If the past year has shown us anything, it's that our seniors, veterans, and students have become increasingly more reliant on telehealth services, remote support programs, and virtual e-learning.

All Rensselaer County residents should have access to reliable high-speed internet regardless of geographic location or income background.

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