Now more than ever, it’s imperative our military be at full strength. As we face threats at home and abroad, our military should have all the resources it needs to keep us safe.
As your member of Congress, I have the duty to make sure that the approximately 46,100 veterans who live in the Sixth District receive the support and access to care they’ve earned. I’m working in Washington to hold the Department of Veterans Affairs accountable and increase the quality and timeliness of care.
While the country faces many fiscal challenges, our main priorities should include ensuring our men and women in uniform have what they need to keep us safe and taking care of our veterans.