Women are in the best position to make the right choices for themselves. We should be treated and compensated equally in every sector.
Women run homes and businesses. We're employees.
We're teachers and administrators, doctors and nurses, corporate executives and small-business owners, writers and artists, engineers and lawyers. We're moms, daughters, siblings, wives, and partners.
We care for our aging parents. We volunteer in our communities. We're compassionate, empathetic, collaborative, and hard-working.
With all that women do, women should be treated and compensated equally in every sector. Equal work, equal pay. Women represent over 51% of the population in Chester County, but there has never been a woman elected to the 158th State Legislature. Currently Pennsylvania ranks 49th out of 50 states in the number of women representation in government; women’s equality starts by electing women to office.
Christina also does not believe government should interfere or be involved in women's personal healthcare decisions. In a Letter to the Editor, Christina wrote: “Until we end domestic violence, rape and sexual assault, incest, life-threatening genetic disorders, improper sex education, and high-poverty rates among women and families, women will be forced to confront pregnancies not of their own choosing. If we want to end abortion, we have to address and solve the above injustices that women face. Making abortion illegal will not stop it from happening…Without a commitment to holistically support the child, mother, and family after birth, it is imperative that government stay out of these extremely personal decisions.” You can read the full Letter here.