We all know our roads need work. Route 28, in particular, is an ongoing traffic bottleneck that we need to fix. Increasing traffic congestion is not just a drain on our time but it is also a safety concern as it can lead to aggressive driving and more accidents. Kelly will fight for our fair share of transportation funding so that we can finally get traffic congestion under control.
Kelly knows we must reduce healthcare costs and ensure access to lifesaving treatment for those with preexisting conditions. She will work with public health experts to bring market solutions to the healthcare industry and keep more dollars in your pocket.
Standing up for Veterans and Military Families
As the wife of a West Point graduate, Kelly understands the unique challenges facing military families. She will fight to make sure our active duty military personnel, veterans, and military families receive the benefits and resources that they’ve earned.
Quality educational opportunities are vital as we raise our next generation. Kelly will work with local school board officials to help our young people get the very best education here at home and affordable access to our state colleges and universities.
Defending the Most Vulnerable
The life of every single Virginian is important to Kelly. That’s why she’ll fight for the littlest Virginians among us and is 100% pro-life and pro-woman. As an adoptive mom, Kelly is passionate about helping unite families through foster care and adoption. She believes respecting life means looking out for people at every stage including the seriously ill, people in economic distress, and the elderly.
There is nothing more important than keeping our children and community safe. Kelly will work with law enforcement, faith leaders, public health officials, and community members to find common sense solutions to problems facing our citizens. Kelly is particularly concerned about the rise of gangs, opioid addiction, and human trafficking in our community.
Kelly knows our economy thrives when government gets out of the way. She and her husband have run a small business and recognize that entrepreneurship is key for economic growth. We must continue to make Virginia the best place to do business, grow our local economy, and create high-quality jobs.