I believe that it is important that a candidate states their positions clearly. While it is impossible to list all issues that are important to all people across such a diverse district, we know that these fundamental issues are important to you. Please reach out to us with any questions that you may have.
Our Family is Strongly Pro-Life. Life is the most fundamental right guaranteed to us, as Americans, in the Constitution. I will fight for the Rights of the Unborn, those who have been born, those with disabilities, the poor, the most vulnerable, the elderly and the lives of everyone in between.
I believe that education is the ticket to achieving the American Dream and that all people, regardless of where they come from, what school district they live, whether they are in the rural or suburban parts of the district, deserve access and opportunity to good education. I believe in access to school choice so that parents can choose the best path to education for their children, based on their families needs. This includes public, private, hybrid and homeschool access and rights. I will also fight to make sure that Indiana's Public Schools get the funding they deserve and in return will expect and hold schools accountable for what they are teaching and transparency to parents. I support the Parents Bill of Rights as updated by Attorney General Todd Rokita in 2021. If you are a parent or citizen of House District 25, please feel free to reach out to our campaign to share your concerns regarding educational opportunities.
I believe that parents have the rights and responsibilities, given to us by Our Creator, to make decisions for their children. No entity, including and especially the Government should infringe on those rights unless it is proven that a child is being abused. As a mother of 6, ranging in age from 9 years old to 21 years old, I have both experienced and seen what happens when the rights of parents are infringed upon. Parents have the right to make educational, medical and moral decisions for their minor children. Parents should always have the right to change their child's educational environment, get a second opinion or forego medical treatment, make end of life decisions for their child and to choose what and when their children learn about moral decisions. The religious rights and beliefs of a family should never been imposed upon by the government unless it can be proven that abuse is taking place.
As Americans, the Constitution of the United States of America is our most important document. This document guarantees us the right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. In addition, the Indiana Constitutions reaffirms these things. I will fight for Constitutional Principles because this is the only path to making sure that every citizen, regardless of Race, Religion, Sex, Economic Status, where they live or where they come from can be guaranteed these inalienable rights. I will fight for the Truths and Principles in the U.S. Constitution, without exception. This includes Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion and the Right to Bear Arms.