I committed my life to public service, I raised a family in a modestly priced neighborhood that valued community. When the recession hit, I would clock out at my law practice and scrub buses to pay for my children’s education. Now, I drive Uber and Lyft, because living on a fixed income in this country after a long life of working hard is no longer enough. I’ve grown tired of politicians who don’t know what it’s like for us – who don’t know what it’s like to be poor, to be on disability, to be on a fixed income. I’m running for Congress to change that.