RESPONDING TO COVID-19
As a member of the healthcare workforce, I’ve seen the devastating effects of the coronavirus firsthand. I’ve watched as COVID-19 has touched the lives and livelihoods of so many of our residents, and I’ll fight to provide the citizens and businesses of Round Rock with every available tool and resource to help us recover from all that COVID-19 has taken from our community.
We all want to see life return to normal as soon as possible…and that means working together to tackle the coronavirus once and for all. As our next City Council member, I will make protecting public health one of my highest priorities. I will listen to the medical experts and I will do what it takes to get Round Rock back to normal as quickly and safely as possible.
GETTING OUR ECONOMY BACK ON TRACK
Times are tough…and many of our local businesses are struggling. We need leaders who understand what it will take to bring new jobs to the community and get our economy back on track.
Our city council has a duty to put taxpayers first and ensure that we are spending public funds as efficiently and appropriately as possible. As your voice on the Round Rock City Council, I will help employers and employees alike by keeping taxes low, eliminating unnecessary regulations that hurt small business, working to bring new employment opportunities to Round Rock, and getting our residents back to work.
KEEPING OUR COMMUNITY SAFE
The City of Round Rock has been repeatedly recognized as one of the safest cities of its size in the country…and I plan to keep it that way.
Keeping Round Rock families safe is one of my highest priorities. That’s why I’m proud to support our local police officers and first responders, and as a member of the Round Rock City Council, I will work to provide our law enforcement and first responders with the tools to be effective, the training to be fair, and the resources to keep our community safe.
KEEPING AUSTIN OUT OF ROUND ROCK
From Round Rock, you don’t have to travel far to find the consequences of failed leadership in city government. From working to defund the police, to an exploding homeless camping problem, to skyrocketing property taxes…the Austin City Council seems determined to provide Round Rock with a great example of what not to be.
As your voice on the Round Rock City Council, every decision I make will be informed by the guiding principles I was raised with, and every decision will be centered on a desire to see that Round Rock remains one of the best places in this country to live, work, and raise a family. I believe I have a responsibility to ensure that Round Rock stays true to our values without being influenced by our neighbors to the South.
PREPARING ROUND ROCK FOR THE FUTURE
In the years ahead, one of the biggest challenges facing our community will be how to meet the growing demands of a rapidly-growing city. We need thoughtful, forward-thinking leaders who are willing to roll up their sleeves and put the community first.
That means developing a long-term transportation plan that works for Round Rock and maintaining the critical infrastructure that we depend on for clean water, power, and other essential services as the city continues to grow in the decades to come.