Former ​Republican Candidate for House District 35

​I want better government!

I want to thank all the people that supported me being elected to Westminster City Council  in 2013 and while I served on Council from 2013 to 2017.  Your support was appreciated.

​I regret that I was not able to have the other members of council engage in the meaningful, fact-based discussion of choices for the City that I was hoping to have.​  In too many ways, Council was more of a rubber stamp for the choices that the staff had prepared for us.

​I am most disappointed that I was unable to persuade the voters of Westminster to choose a new path for city government.  I am amazed that only 1/4 of the voters reject jamming thousands of people into Westminster in high density housing.  I am mind-boggled that paying over-priced consultants to tell things we already know will continue.  I am angered that the subsidizing of connected developers will continue.  

​Elections have consequences and this is what the 20,000 voters that participated choose for the 70,000 voters of Westminster and our 113,000 residents.