Thank you for your support in fighting this good fight!
I am running for re-election because I believe this is a critical time for our country; we’re at a crossroads and must restore the people’s voice in representative government. is is our Founding Fathers moment.
I pledge to bring to this battle for our freedom the leadership and work hard necessary for smart solutions to bring about fundamental reform.
I pledge to fight executive overreach when unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats use rules, regulations, and executive orders to restrict our freedom; and I will ght against judges legislating from the bench.
That’s why I’m leading with the Unauthorized Spending Accountability (USA) Act to require thorough review of hundreds of federal programs and agencies running on autopilot, costing taxpayers billions of dollars. They need to be reauthorized by your elected representatives or shut down.
- I pledge to ensure our veterans and military men and women get the best care available. They have earned it, and deserve it, as an expression of gratitude from a grateful nation to those who have served.
That’s why I’m leading with the Caring for our Heroes in the 21st Century Act, to cut wait times and allow veterans to go to whichever provider or hospital they choose.
- I pledge to work to ensure everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential and have the freedom and opportunity to live the American Dream, regardless of disease, special needs, or abilities.
That’s why I led passage of the ABLE Act and the Steve Gleason Act, and co-chaired the Congressional Disabilities Caucus.
- I pledge to fight the reactionary forces of the status quo, special interests that thrive in a tangled bureaucratic maze, and to restore a government of the people, by the people, for the people.
That’s why I’m leading on laying out plans for a Congress of Tomorrow to make Congress function more effectively on behalf of the people.
In all of it, I pledge to always put the priorities of Eastern Washington first.
That’s why I’m proud to have delivered results to ensure veterans facilities in Walla Walla and Spokane keep veterans fist, protect and expand missions at Fairchild AFB; unburden hydropower resources; improve forest management and fight wild fires; promote agricultural research at WSU; grow markets forwineries and all our agricultural products that feed the world; help build a medical center and unleash health research; and advance the North/South Freeway and Hwy 12 in Walla Walla .
• I pledge to be your partner in moving Eastern Washington forward.
That’s why I make myself available through regular Conversations with Cathy in communities throughout the district, Facebook Q&A’s, tele-town halls; and face-to-face meetings. You make me a better legislator.
I pledge to you that I love Eastern Washington, my home, and will work tirelessly to uphold our values and ideals, and to conduct myself with the highest integrity and transparency.
Finally, I pledge that I will listen to you no matter your political views, background or income.
The Constitution and your trust has made me your representative. I will do all I can to earn that trust and uphold that Constitution every day I serve.
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