PLANNING FOR A BETTER FUTURE
Bend faces serious challenges. As a community, we’re growing at a breakneck pace, confronting traffic and home prices that are compromising our affordability and livability. As a state, we have failed to invest in our schools, transportation infrastructure, and more. It’s clear we need bolder leadership and smarter solutions in the legislature, not politics as usual and business behind closed doors.
PUTTING BEND’S INTERESTS FIRST
We need to use taxpayer money wisely, not to prop up out-of-town corporations or development speculators. As a city councilor, I recognized that what Bend needs at the state level isn’t always more regulations—it’s often less. We need funding for teachers and schools, for streets and sewer pipes. And we need legislators that represent our whole community, not just special interests and big money donors.
FOR A HEALTHY COMMUNITY
As a primary care doctor, I understand the importance of a healthy community. That means more than just taking your medicine and getting exercise. Children can’t be healthy or get a good education without stable housing. A healthy community means everyone has a fair chance, not just the wealthy. And none of us can be healthy and businesses cannot prosper without clean water, clean air, and natural resources that come from a healthy environment.
For a healthy, livable, prosperous community, vote Boddie for Bend!