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Infrastructure: (Water, Wastewater, Roads)

$33.9 billion in drinking water infrastructure needs over the next 20 years
11.83 billion in wastewater infrastructure needs over the next 20 years
$506 per motorist per year in costs from driving on roads in need of repair
Infrastructure owners and operators must charge, and Americans must be willing to pay, rates and fees that reflect the true cost of using, maintaining, and improving all infrastructure, including our water, waste, transportation, and energy services.

Homelessness in Collin County:

Last year, 31% of the homeless in Collin County were children, and 37 of the 112 kids were between 5 and 10 years old.
The 2015 Homeless Census showed a shocking 367 persons experienced homelessness in Collin County.
10 percent of homeless adults in Collin County have Bachelor degrees
40 percent of homeless  adults in Collin County have high school diplomas
56 percent of homeless adults in Collin County are employed 

Public Safety

The Collin County Sheriff’s Office looked at the increases in some key indicators for its patrol section over the past 10 years.

2007 2016 Category
49,887 60,264 Calls for service
433 641 Family violence calls
1,232 7,359 Calls with response time of 40 minutes or more
2,898 16,168 Calls waiting in line for response
"It is the responsibility of the Commissioners Court to ensure that the citizens of Plano are safe in their homes, communities, and place of business. A failure to project an adequate, trained and sufficient numbers of law enforcement officials is a danger to us all". Byron Bradford
Improve Resources for Mental Illness facilities:
"Our society is recognizing the value of mental health care and yet we haven't really increased the supply," said Jon Lehrmann, a psychiatrist who chairs the psychiatry and behavioral medicine department at the Medical College of Wisconsin.  
On the financial side, insurers reimburse behavioral health services at a lower rate than other medical specialties. Exacerbating the situation, many patients are covered by Medicaid, which generally pays even less.



Parents have had the important duty to nurture and guide their children, to be good and to give a good example. It is extremely important that we give our children a strong foundation, a healthy start in life where every child deserves the same equal opportunity. Our educators are working hard and are conscientious of the responsibility they have in our communities. We need to provide the resources, the training, and the support they need to enable them to be the tutor of virtue for our future generations. It really does takes a village to raise a child, growing up my mother, who was a teacher, always reminded me that education is the only thing that no one can take away from me. My mother’s advice came from surviving a war and has lost everything because of it.  


As a veteran myself, taking care of our veterans is dear to my heart and taking care of their needs is very important to me. I am too a victim of how poorly the Veteran Affairs System operates, I understand how they fell. It is time that our politicians put away Washington bureaucracy and disarm the convoluted process so that no veteran should die waiting for help.  It is time that our Congress start using the VA as their healthcare provider.


Our Collin County has been a leader as one of the fastest growing counties in the nation in job creation and growth in population. While the progress we’ve made has been good, we still need to build an economy that works for everyone. We must come together to provide our citizens with the necessary tools to be successful, whether they want to open a small business or go back to school. We must invest in our infrastructure to reduce congestion, create more affordable housing, and invest in our people by empowering corporations to start vocational internship programs with our K-12 students, for those who decided that traditional college might not be for them. We need to help small businesses as well as the middle-class workers to thrive with a tax reform that will work for all and not just big corporations. The middle-class workers are the backbone of our economy, when they are doing well our county will flourish. 

Family Values

God, Family, and Country is my family motto, those are the values that have been instilled in me. Family is everything to me and I would not be who I am today without the help and support from them. My family taught me to love and protect all beings, while having the compassion to feel for those who are less fortunate than I am and try to help them.  

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