Why I'm Running
We have a problem and we haven't solved it yet. Everyone wants to be heard and understood yet many of us feel like our voice is overlooked in politics. I'm not a bonafide artist, while, I find myself figuratively painting against bias in very vivid strokes. I have the courage to be courageous and state that we must all want to roll up our sleeves, step outside our comfort zone and make a difference.
It has been said, "What you judge you cannot understand." It is my choice to understand diversity and embrace inclusion.
The domino that can topple differential treatment is to stand together against systemic bias devised against equality and fairness. As led, I'm running to repair the broken bridge of greater understanding and open a pathway of revitalization for Georgians.
I want to start with...
You Have a Voice.
You Have a Choice.