The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a huge toll on New Jersey. In Congress, I'm fighting for aid for our state, hospitals, long-term care facilities, first responders, workers, and small businesses.
In order to create more good-paying jobs and maintain the quality of life we have worked so hard for, we need to do more to help New Jerseyans thrive.
We need tax relief that invests in growth, simplifies our tax code, ensures work is valued the same as wealth, maintains our revenues, restores the SALT deduction, and protects our middle class.
A woman’s health decisions should be between her and her doctor. The federal government should have no say on when, how, or with whom women decide to start or grow a family.
The opioid epidemic is a serious public health crisis facing New Jersey. We need to remove the stigma of addiction and mental health disorders, and put the necessary resources into helping our friends and neighbors.
As a former Navy pilot and federal prosecutor, I spent my career fighting to keep our country safe. In Congress, national security is a key focus.
Social Security and Medicare are promises to the American people. I will never support a budget that makes massive cuts to these earned benefits.
Our service members deserve access to educational opportunities, employment, first-class healthcare and rehabilitation, and should not have to travel hours to reach a VA facility.
In Congress, I will continue to make sure the people of New Jersey come first.
Climate change is real and addressing it shouldn’t be a partisan issue. It’s an economic and national security issue that affects all of us.
Unions helped build our middle class and I stand with workers fighting for fair wages, better healthcare, and safe working conditions.