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Educational Priorities

Educational Priorities 

Pro Parent Choice, Pro School Choice

Education reform and school choice are critical issues in Alabama, as they are in many states across the United States. Quality education is essential for individuals to reach their full potential and to compete in a global economy. Unfortunately, many schools in Alabama are underperforming, particularly in low-income areas, which can have long-term effects on the economic and social well-being of communities.


School choice, which allows parents to choose the best educational option for their child, is one potential solution to this problem. Parents are the first and most important educators of their children, and they have a vested interest in ensuring that their children receive the best education possible. Having the freedom to choose the educational path that is best suited for their child is critical to fulfilling this responsibility. When parents have the freedom to choose the educational environment and method that aligns with their values, beliefs and goals for their child, they can ensure that their child receives a quality education that meets that child's unique needs.


By increasing competition among educational providers (e.g. schools), it can encourage better performance and offer more opportunities for children. Education reform is also necessary to ensure that schools are adequately funded and equipped with the resources and tools they need to provide a high-quality education to all children. These reforms can help create a brighter future for Alabama's children and communities.


Families First

Families are the basic foundation of our communities, our workforce and our businesses. We put families first as we find solutions in helping them gain access to affordable health care and housing, education and infrastructure.

  • I support competition and price transparency in health care that enables consumers to find the best solution for their situation

  • I support housing solutions that reduce the stress and strain on families emotional and financial well-being.

  • I believe education is a State responsibility and should be a partnership between State educators and parents. I support school choice and am interested in promoting legislation that will improve and enhance our educational system for all Alabama students.

  • A bright future is dependent upon strong infrastructure solutions that anticipate future needs. I support policies that effectively plan and provide for strong infrastructure systems such as water, energy, transportation and communications.



Alabama needs leaders. People who are willing to do the right thing because it is right, not just because it is popular. Alabama needs leaders who lead by example, promote unity and inclusion, and are willing to help all they represent.

  • I support and am appreciative of all our first responders, including health care workers, military and law enforcement.

  • I support initiatives and efforts that promote mutual understanding and respect for all people.

  • I support initiatives whose goals are to promote improvements and transparency within our government entities.

  • I believe government works best when led by servant leaders



Freedom is essential to achieving  happiness. The role of government should be a partnership between those elected to lead and the people who grant them power. Government entities should be held accountable for their actions.

  • I support the US Constitution and stand for individual freedom and responsibility.

    • More specifically, I support the right to worship, free speech and to bear arms.​​​

  • I am against government over-reach in all forms including mandates from any level of government and the elimination of Constitutional rights.

  • I believe the government has a moral obligation to be fiscally responsible and protect revenue collected through the tax base.


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