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New Leadership for America

This week, we inaugurated President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris into office. While his inauguration does not rid our country of all the hate brought to light during Trump’s term; it gives our country a chance to restart. First I am elated to see Vice President Harris become the first female and first African American Vice President of the United States. Women across the world will be able to look up to Vice PResident Harris as a symbol of inspiration and hope. She represents proof that the “American Dream” is achievable through hard work, leadership and integrity.

I hope that everyone views the new leadership as an opportunity to be better Americans, keep our country safer in the midst of a pandemic and bring more love and kindness to every neighbor; not just neighbors that share the same skin tone or social class. If 2020 taught us anything it is that violence, hate and divisiveness only leads to even more violence, hate and divisiveness. I am committed to helping unify our county and I encourage you to join me.

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