Changing times bring with it a new set of challenges to overcome. As the needs of constituents and the problems facing their communities evolve, so too should the policies aimed at addressing these concerns. Unfortunately, the fact of the matter is that many in Congress have failed to keep up. Congressional productivity and approval have both dropped considerably over the past twenty years, and the average age of Congress is almost as high as ever. Even as emerging technologies radically redefine the ways in which Americans live their daily lives, only a small fraction of members of Congress have any experience in such fields. Entrenched incumbents remain in office for decades, exploiting and exacerbating a broken system which rewards inaction and partisanship. 


Solving the uniquely complex problems of the twenty-first century and this new decade requires rational, evidence-based, and data-driven decisions which are made in the best interest of the American people. An understanding of the multifaceted issues which are transforming communities in Silicon Valley and beyond is key to crafting sound and more informed decisions. Innovative solutions which harness the limitless possibilities of new technologies have the potential to make our government more efficient and accountable, and will allow us to better examine and respond to the needs of constituents. The time is now, more than ever, for new leaders to take the stage, prepared to face the challenges of tomorrow head-on. 


I am running for Congress because I believe that we need legislators for the digital age. As your representative, I will work tirelessly to promote proactive and pro-business reforms, combat discrimination and hatred, and push for policies which help Americans recover as fast as possible from the devastation of the pandemic. By tapping into the pioneering spirit of innovation which made our district what it is today, I’ll use my experience as a technology entrepreneur to champion evidence-based, solutions-oriented, policies which will finally make Congress work for you.


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Freedom of Speech

As a strong believer in the First Amendment, I know it is our duty not only to protect the voices with whom we agree but also the voices with whom we disagree.

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Section 230

"No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider"


Anti-Asian Crime

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We need to start investing in innovative, long-term solutions that alleviate traffic and reduce greenhouse gases in California.

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Nuclear Energy

As the specter of climate change continues to loom, the search for viable and renewable fuel sources has never been more important

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Airplane Noise

Constituents have suffered from excessive airplane noise for far too long. We deserve a transparent system that works directly with constituents.


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Big Tech

In a market that's constantly evolving, we should encourage competition by creating policies that support our companies.


COVID Relief Bill

We should be spending federal dollars more efficiently on resources that would benefit the people and further our post-pandemic recovery

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The PRO Act

I oppose the PRO Act and believe that workers should be able to maintain their flexibility of being a contract worker.

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R&D Amortization

R&D amortization is an anti-growth and anti-competition policy that discourages the future innovations that will propel economic growth