What We're Fighting For
A wildfire doesn’t ask if you are a Republican or Democrat. And people in both parties are hurt when special interests control our democracy.
Technology is available to provide rural communities with broadband. So why isn’t it widely available? It starts with infrastructure.
Today’s economy best serves those at the top, not the majority of Americans. What can we do to create more jobs with acceptable living wages?
Rural healthcare is often scant, made worse by the lack of high-quality, affordable health coverage. This is a high priority for us.
We’re all being affected by homeowner’s insurance denials and large price increases. How can we get our citizens fair coverage?
Our schools’ aging infrastructure needs attention. Our High School graduates often leave to pursue a college education.
A divisive government impacts us all, especially when nothing gets accomplished. Let’s work together to ensure our tax dollars are well spent.
For many, full time incomes don’t cover the cost of living, giving way to relatively new terms – the working poor and corporate welfare.
This shouldn’t be a divisive political hot point. The facts and science are widely available. In California, so are the wildfires and PG&E shutdowns.