Respecting the people who pay our bills is one of my top concerns as your state Senator. I believe in openness and transparency in your state government and have made that a priority while in public office.
From day one of being sworn into the Senate, I have turned down many of the lavish perks offered to members of the General Assembly. In fact, as your state senator, I declined the public pension, did not enroll on the Senate’s healthcare plan, nor do I use a state vehicle. I do not submit for mileage for events throughout the 28th District nor do I seek reimbursement to travel to and from the state Capitol.
In 2020, I supported a law that suspended the automatic Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) provided to legislators on Dec. 1.
In 2022, I again rejected the automatic COLA and returned it back to the Treasury.
Below are links to the expenditures submitted for reimbursement from our office:
(Please note: The only redactions on these reports will be personally identifiable information, such as bank account information, contract numbers and home addresses.)
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Senator, 28th District