We must start putting people before politics again in Indiana, and we must spread that compassion instead of the same, tired partisanship we see every day in the news. Indiana deserves a strong, experienced, and progressive leadership that is committed to justice, fairness, equality, compassion, and prosperity for all citizens. When Fady is elected to the Indiana General Assembly, he will address:
Teacher pay and investments in public education are Fady’s top priorities. The only way that Indiana can compete nationally for jobs and businesses is by making critical and responsible investments in pre-K, K-12 schools, and the state’s vocational, colleges, and universities. This all begins once the state finally provides educators the respect and pay they deserve.
Elected officials have time and again shown Hoosiers they do not value taxpayer dollars. Unfunded and underfunded state mandates prevent counties, cities, and towns from serving their citizens to the best of their abilities.
Public Health & Safety
Indiana has been confronted with many public health and safety challenges, including the most recent COVID-19 pandemic. One thing is certain: the Indiana General Assembly must protect Hoosiers' right to quality and affordable health care. More than 600,000 Hoosiers are enrolled in the state’s HIP 2.0 and CHIP programs. During these uncertain times, they should not live in fear of losing their insurance because of partisan politics at the Statehouse and in Washington, D.C.
Social & Economic Investments
In order for Indiana to attract jobs and businesses, we must integrate Hoosiers into the global economy and give them the incentive to live, work, and raise families in Indiana. Issues like poverty, unemployment, and hunger hold Indiana back from reaching its full potential as an economic engine. The Indiana General Assembly must finally provide a road map to tackling these issues.
I am pro-choice and will always work to protect reproductive freedom and choice for all people. Folks in District 30 and all over Indiana deserve access to affordable quality healthcare which includes family planning services like coverage of contraception and reproductive services. Expanding autonomy through access to these services is indispensable for economic opportunity and security for patients and their families.