“As businesses continue to relocate to Northern Virginia, we must have a skilled, educated workforce available to fill their needs.”
Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and help to define what our community is, and that’s why I secured $90 million, which was spent in the Potomac District supporting our small business owners, helping them through the pandemic. However, it’s equally important that we make sure that our economy is working for our workers, that’s why I am proud to have passed Prince William County’s first Collective Bargaining Ordinance. Finally, an area that can help everyone throughout our community is investing in our infrastructure. That’s why I restored the Montclair Drainage Pipe, which boosted business revenue over 10%, and established a Stormwater Management Fund to support communities infrastructure needs throughout the entire county. I support policies to:
Create and fund job training programs in Prince William County focusing on entry-level positions.
Provide business owners counseling, access to small business grants, and other financial resources.
Continue to make sure that unions have a seat at the table.
I will never stop working to build a strong and prosperous economy in Prince William that works for business owners and workers while diversifying our tax base.