The Delaware House of Representatives consists of 41 members, each of whom is elected to a two-year term. There is no limit to the number of terms that a Representative may serve. All revenue generating legislation must begin in the House.State representatives introduce and vote on proposed legislation, approve the annual budget for the state, and serve on assigned committees. The General Assembly of Delaware meets in Dover three days a week between mid-January and the end of June.The Speaker of the House is the presiding officer of the House. The Speaker is elected to the position by a majority of the representatives to run the mechanics of the House, including appointing committees and their members and assigning legislation to committee.
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St. Elizabeth School
Bachelor of Arts in English/Journalism University of Delaware
Master of Film Production Howard University
President/CEO SWAP Productions LLC
Former City Councilwoman-Wilmington City Council
Former Board of Parole Member
Board Member-Team Jalil
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Trustee-Bethel AME Church
Vice Chair-Kind To Kids
West Side Grows Together
Chair-Economic Empowerment Subcommittee in conjunction with the African American Task Force
Economic Development Committee
Revenue & Finance Committee
Joint Legislative Sunset Committee
I am motivated by serving my Constituents and seeking opportunities to help transform the community. My purpose in life is to assist others and I truly enjoy making a difference in my district and throughout the state.
Yes, I support vote by mail and I would like to make the process seamless for Our Constituents. Some shared that upon receiving the first mailer, they were not clear about needing to complete a form to ascertain their ballot. We should explore the possibility of sending ballots to constituents, without them needing to mail a form back to the Department of Elections.
Yes, if it does not cost the taxpayers money, I support an independent redistricting commission. Otherwise, we need to create a bi-partisan committee to redraw the lines that will benefit our state.
As the Vice Chair of the Delaware Legislative Black Caucus, we created the Justice For All Agenda, which established the Law Enforcement Task Force. We are reviewing policing policies, in conjunction with the officers and the community. Moreover, I shall be sponsoring legislation, with the support of my colleagues and our constituents, to ensure that every officer in the state is equipped with a body-worn camera. This will create transparency for the community and the law enforcement officials.
Racial inequality is intertwined in the fabric of our country and our state. In order to work toward equality, we shall need equity in school funding. As well, we shall need to ensure that People of Color have access to procurement opportunities to reduce the economic gap in Delaware. Additionally, we shall need to create policies to ensure that there is equity in economic development opportunities in the state for People of Color. Racial inequality will not be reduced for generations because we must deal with the heart of the individual. Until those in power humanize Black and Brown People, then it will be very difficult to elimate racial inequality in Delaware.
I support the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) for Delaware, due to the fact that we shall use up to 25 percent of energy by 2025, which will come from renewable sources. Our State's use of solar-powered energy is a driving force in renewable energy.
Delaware's Freedom of Information Act is not working well for the public. Our communities should have access to data that clearly shows the inequities in our state, in an effort to address them.