As your State Representative, I will keep residents in the 18th Middlesex District up to date on our work at the State House. I will create office hours so I can hear from you on a regular basis and represent your priorities. I will use social media/Website/E-NewsLetter  to keep the community updated on what I am doing on behalf of the district. I will be accessible, and my goal is to help our community in any way I can to make life better for us and better for our children’s future.


Education is the heart of our nation. As a product of our public education system, I believe that every child should have access to high-quality education no matter their skin color, heritage, or economic means. Good education is essential for building a strong future for our community and our country. I commend the Governor and the State Legislature for working hard to provide students with more affordable access college. I believe that we need to work together to help improve our PreK-12 public education by fighting for increased funding and fair compensation for our teachers. I promise to support and push for educational equity for our students and better pay for our teachers to ensure a bright future for the youth in our Commonwealth.


Healthcare is a right, not a privilege. Massachusetts residents deserve access to quality, affordable health care. We need to improve our system. Everyone should have easy access to the knowledge and support needed to access insurance that can help them when they need it. As a State Representative, I will strive to make healthcare more accessible and more affordable to ALL people of ALL backgrounds in our commonwealth. You can count on me to work by your side and champion public health issues.


Supporting our local businesses during this economic recovery is a top priority on my agenda. Lowell is one of 26 Gateway Cities in Massachusetts. That means much of the social and economic focus that fuels our jobs is beyond the City of Boston. From the colorful and diverse small businesses in Cambodia Town to the vibrant converted mill buildings in Western Ave Studios, I will support our local entrepreneurs and seek innovative ideas to ensure a robust economic recovery as we emerge from the pandemic of two years ago. If I am elected to be your State Representative, I will welcome the opportunity to meet regularly with small business owners in the district to understand their needs and figure out how we can partner together to fill those needs. I promise to work with all legislators at the State House who want to help small and local businesses thrive.


All residents deserve to be safe and healthy and have an affordable place to live. Housing costs are far higher than many salaries can afford, so many people experience housing insecurity, and many have gone to the streets. As your State Representative, I will prioritize improving how we address these issues. I will support legislation that will help improve the lives of our community members here in Lowell and across the state. No one should be left behind. 


If elected, I'm committed to tackling our district's infrastructure challenges. I'll collaborate closely with state and federal colleagues to address issues with the Rourke Bridge. At the same time, with numerous projects in our district—ranging from affordable housing constructions to parks and roads—I'll build strong relationships with all involved parties. As your next State Representative, I promise smooth project management, timely completion, and a brighter future for our district.


Taking climate change seriously is vital for our future and that of our children. It's time for us to come together and take action in our Commonwealth. Transitioning from gas to electricity is a crucial step in reducing our carbon footprint. Additionally, I am advocating for a new law to subsidize solar energy, making it more accessible for residents. Embracing cleaner energy sources allows us to lead the way in combating climate change and building a sustainable future for Massachusetts. Let's act now for a better tomorrow..


With the experience of Asian Hate at the onset of the pandemic and the need for the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement nationally, it is clear that we need to address racism as what it is:A Public Health Crisis. The harm done by racism goes deeper than the horrible incidents of violence against Asians wrongly vilified for bringing a virus to America and the wrongful police killings of Black people because they are Black. Racism is a barrier to health equity. Communities of color have a higher percentage of misrepresentations because of who we are. As your State Representative, I promise to stand in solidarity with ALL members of our community to fight for and achieve equity for everyone.