Suffolk is home. It’s where I raised my two daughters, It’s where I work. For the past twenty-three years, I have taught at Stony Brook University, where I was the Chair of the Chemistry Department at Stony Brook. Suffolk is where I built my life. But right now, DC politicians are pushing an agenda that hurts the place we love and the people we care about.
To protect Suffolk we have to fix Washington. Here’s why I’m running for Congress:
I BELIEVE IN SCIENCE.
We are facing a global pandemic, and we need to trust the science that will help us slow the spread, find a vaccine, and safely reopen. The coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on America, and it has decimated Long Island, with over 45,000 cases in Suffolk County, and families and businesses are struggling to get by. That’s why, in Congress I will fight for higher levels of free testing, so that we can safely get back to work. And it is why I believe we need to lower prescription drug costs and expand healthcare.
I BELIEVE IN USING FACTS AND EVIDENCE TO SOLVE PROBLEMS.
I am not a career politician, I’m a mom and a scientist who will base my decisions on evidence. I will use my skills as a scientist to analyze the facts in order to make the right decisions for Long Island families. The coronavirus has shown what happens when we let politicians make the decisions instead of public health experts. In Congress, I will always look at the evidence and trust the experts to make the best possible decisions for Long Island.
TRUST THE FACTS AND LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE. AS A SCIENTIST, THAT'S WHAT I'VE ALWAYS DONE, AND THAT'S WHAT I'LL DO IN CONGRESS.
With your help, I’ll make sure that everyone in Suffolk can safely get back to work, that we increase free testing, and find a vaccine. I’ll fight to make sure everyone has affordable, quality healthcare and that we lower the cost of prescription drugs. In Congress, I’ll use facts and evidence to solve our most pressing problems, and I will work with trusted experts to make the best decisions.