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My Grandpa Zeke told me something when I was young that really stuck with me. He said “Everyone is the same. We all want our families and our neighbors to have a good life. We just have different ideas on how to get there. If you keep that in mind, you can work with anyone.”

In my law practice, I have represented republicans, democrats, and independents. I have worked with police officers, states attorneys, and case workers who have all come from diverse backgrounds and perspectives. Part of my job as an attorney is to forge agreements between all these divergent groups to move my cases forward. I will use these skills in Springfield to bring disparate groups together and enact meaningful legislation. I am not going to waste your tax dollars playing partisan games. My job in Springfield is to pass laws that will help improve my community. I don’t care if it’s a republican or democrat idea. I only care that it’s a good idea.