You're not alone, we're in this together

During times of crisis, it can sometimes feel easier to be angry and frustrated instead of positive and motivated. We find ourselves in an unprecedented situation where the unknowns strongly dictate our outlook on life.

But, I want to tell you, we will get through this. How do I know? Because we're all in this together.

We're seeing community leaders stepping up big time to offer free meals to our most vulnerable neighbors, financial opportunities to the unemployed and assistance to help local businesses weather the storm.

My office is here to answer your questions and connect you with critical resources to help you and your family get back on your feet.

Our doctors, health care workers, first responders, grocery store workers and other essential employees are all on the front lines, fighting to make sure you’re safe and have what you need when you need it.

Simply put, you're not alone. Remember, it's always darkest before the dawn. Now is the time we need to be faithful not fearful and see the glass half full not half empty.

I won't give up on you, and I ask that you don't give up on yourselves.

We can do this, we will do this, but we must do this TOGETHER!