In 2016, I ran for office because the residents of Tamarac felt ignored and wanted their voice to be heard at City Hall. They were angry and frustrated with the lack of accurate representation—so I decided to do something about it. I launched my campaign, built a grassroots movement from the ground up, and won the election. On the Tamarac Commission, I stood up for our residents’ interest and fought to protect our Children, Working Families and our Seniors. I defended our Tax Payers by advocating for and overseeing budget cuts. I led my community through some of the most difficult times, including hurricanes, water crisis and the recent Coronavirus pandemic. I stayed visible throughout my term and provided support to residents when they needed me. I went above and beyond spending my own money to fund back to school drives, food truck events, health fairs, holiday events and safety initiatives. Providing masks and sanitizers to the community and more. I was re-elected to the Tamarac City Commission in 2020 by an overwhelming number of votes. You re-elected me to continue the work that I started. So far, so good. I am focused on cutting taxes, improving parks and public spaces, preserving green space, celebrating diversity, protecting our seniors, working with the private sector to redevelop shopping centers, attracting restaurants, fighting crime, beautifying our community and tackling traffic. Rome was not built in a day. Re-electing me in 2024 ensures that the vision we have worked on over the years is secure.