Ideas and policies we're fighting for
Healthcare & Perscription Drugs
Affordable healthcare and prescription drugs are a right, not a privilege. Ohioans must pay hundreds of dollars a month for life-saving drugs like Insulin and EpiPen's even with health insurance coverage.Learn more
Pre K-12 & Higher Education
The quality of a child's education shouldn't depend on their zip code. I lived through our unconstitutional school funding, attending public, charter, and online schools; Graduating from the home of DeRolph V. State.Learn more
Corporations do everything to minimize tax liability and benefits to employees while maximizing profits for CEOs and shareholders. Our hard work should benefit us, not just corporations.Learn more
Women's rights & equality
It's a fundamental right for a woman to have control of her body. That right needs to be defended and expanded. We also have to eliminate the pay discrimination that women face.Learn more
Everyone has the right to love who they want and to express ourselves without the interference of others.Learn more
Expensive campaigns have moved control out of the hands of the individual voters. Extensive Gerrymandering has forced politicians to pursue divisive policies while avoiding elective primaries.Learn more
The Environment & Clean Energy
Corporations knew about the impact of fossil fuels in the 1970s. The government knew in the 1980s. In the past forty years, the free market hasn't solved the problem. We must do everything we can to ensure the survival of our children and resources.Learn more
Privacy & Technology
Businesses have profited off data collected about us as we use apps and browse the web. Companies must compete fairly and in the interest of consumers.Learn more
Criminal Justice reform
The prison industrial complex has pushed policies that ensure continued profits for private prisons. It's immoral. Our solutions have to focus on rehabilitation rather than punishment.
Gun rights & safety
It's not difficult to have common sense solutions that balance public safety with the rights of gun owners. At the same time, we can increase the enforcement of existing laws to assist with keeping our communities safe.
They've served our country, but we've not held up our obligations to them. Ohio must fill the void created by the shortcomings of the Federal government.
Our rural communities haven't fully recovered from the recession and are continuing to face challenges. We need new policies that guarantee these communities aren't left behind and that the small-town way of life survives.
Retirement shouldn't be a part-time job and worrying about how to pay for prescriptions and medical expenses.
Gas Tax increases aren't able to solve all our transportation problems. We need to prepare for the future and invest in alternative modes of transportation.