As secretary for Health and Human Services, I learned that Americans ultimately want to know that their government is working for them and in their best interest.
Now, as a Congresswoman, I want my constituents to know that I am working for them: working to protect their homes from rising seas and the threat of senseless gun violence. I want them to know that I am working to protect and expand access to health care and improve our country’s immigration system.
The people want someone to get to work and get the job done. I’m here to do just that.