As a leader in the Women's March movement I know marching is not enough.
The march, and every gathering before and after, had meaning and brought people together. But then the march is over, and the next day comes, and it's time to do something even bigger.
That's why I'm running for State House.
Running for office against someone deeply entrenched in politics and GOP funding sources is not a task that can be won without money and the hard work of many volunteers.
We don't need to match our competition. We need to make sure WE have enough to get to the right voters, when it counts.
I'm a really passionate person. I don't just feel things a little bit. So I understand how disheartening politics is now and how on any given day/week/month/year, you may want to crawl under a rock.
But we can't. If we're going to fight the worst elements of politics on the front lines, we can't cower, and we can't let them dominate the communications.
These contributions count. We'll use them wisely. Let's do this.
Please contribute here today.