Why I am Running

For some time now, many of us have been growing continually frustrated with the direction this great state of Massachusetts is going in. We have what amounts to “one party rule” and it is time for balance on Beacon Hill. We have our elected officials breaking the law (last 3 house speakers indicted), padding their pockets and raising taxes to pay themselves. As the saying goes: “Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

Our legislature is devoid of any true representation on behalf of the people of this state and it seems they are all out for themselves, pursuing an agenda that goes against everything our forefathers fought and died for. I am tired of the closed door meetings and the back room deals. Good government needs to be open and transparent and be comprised of trustworthy leaders who are above reproach instead of under indictment. If elected, I will dedicate myself to this very standard.

My Pledge

Right here, right now, I am making a commitment to the citizens I hope to represent. Because the process of governing and passing legislation can be rather complicated and confusing – so much so that it can keep people from tuning in and becoming involved – I will not only strive to make government smaller, but also convey my intentions and activities in as simple and understanding a manner as possible. Simply put I promise to diligently work to keep government out of your lives and away from your wallet.