People often ask "Why are you running for elected office?" and I generally reply "Why Not?!"
I care about our Country;
I care about our State;
I care about our County;
And I care about the lives of every citizen looking to our elected representatives for a "Square Deal" based on honesty, integrity and transparency with courage to act - in our democracy where people come first.
I am running because:
- I think senior citizens should have an opportunity to age in place at a time taxes are raised but their incomes remain the same. I want to ensure they are not taxed out of their homes in the communities they built;
- I am running because I believe women should enjoy the same honest day pay - for an honest day's work - on par with wages paid to men;
- I believe in our families, our small businesses and our students must enjoy LIVEABLE Communities that offers smart growth and development in an atmosphere where our children graduate from school - attend affordable colleges in our state and return home to employment.
I am running for office because I feel people should come first in a great state where YES WE CAN becomes YES WE WILL TOGETHER!!
Remember: early election is June 14-21, 2018.
NewsWednesday, February 14, 2018 10:58 AM
Please join Candidate Sia Finoh "Live" on Voice of American,Television ( VOA. TV) tomorrow @ 11:30am to enlighten our viewers about her experience as a woman and an African immigrant running for office in the U.S.
Thursday, January 18, 2018 3:09 PM
On January 11, while negotiating the DACA deal with 5 other representatives of this great country, it was quoted that President Trump referred to Haiti and the continent of Africa as "shitholes" This is totally unacceptable. Read my statement to my constituents and the American public about this incident.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 12:00 AM
(Prince George’s County, Maryland) - Sia Finoh, democratic candidate for Maryland House of Delegates, legislative District 24 brings in the new year with a new vision for her constituents in Prince George’s County. She invites people to learn more about who she is and what she represents through launching a social media campaign mid-January. People will have the opportunity to vote for Sia Finoh during the primary elections which will be held June 26, 2018.
Thursday, June 15, 2017 2:17 PM
Please join us to celebrate the journey and achievements of African-Americans, from enslavement to the pinnacle of human endeavors... it's a remarkable story of pride, determination, and resilience to survive. This historical importance serves as a lesson for us all. Regardless of your race, creed or gender, when we come together, there are no mountains, no valleys and no obstacle we cannot conquer...,
Friday, June 2, 2017 12:00 AM
Gun violence kills more than 90 Americans a day and injures hundreds more. That’s why this June 2nd on National Gun Violence Awareness Day, Americans across the country will Wear Orange—a color that demands to be seen—to send the powerful message that there is more we can do to end gun violence. Join the #WearOrange movement—find an event near you!