Let me begin by saying thank you to everyone who helped us over the past few years and everyone who played a huge role in our campaign.
Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers who dedicated their time and energy. Thank you to our amazing donors who stepped up and helped promote our message. And thank you to everyone who voted for us and put people above politics.
Campaigns are about something greater than our individual selves. Every candidate has a choice about whether to use their campaign as an opportunity to divide a community or bring people together.
I couldn’t be prouder of the campaign we ran and the people who worked tirelessly to try to unite a community and provide a positive vision for our country’s future. The people of the 10th District deserve nothing less.
At its heart, our campaign and our team has always been about fixing problems and finding solutions to the biggest challenges of our day. Because of everyone’s hard work, we we’re able to accomplish a lot together during our time in office.
We passed Lali’s Law, which increases access to life-saving Naloxone, and got it signed into law by the President. We fought for reforms that make healthcare more accessible and affordable. We put in place protections to safeguard our environment and precious resources. And we pushed for more local control over educational decisions.
And while we came up short this year, I am confident that what we built will continue on.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your unwavering support. It’s because of you that we were able to embark on this journey and to have had the incredible honor of serving as the 10th District’s voice in the United States Congress.