Hello, I’m Andrew Daly, and I’m proud to be a candidate for US House of Representative Missouri Congressional District 3. My journey began in Ypsilanti, Michigan, but it was my experiences across different states and communities that shaped my perspective and fueled my passion for public service.

After spending my formative years in North Carolina, I had the opportunity to attend a Deaf School in Washington, DC, which provided invaluable insights into accessibility and inclusion in education. Although I began my college journey at Rochester Institute of Technology, it was in Austin, Texas, where I found my academic calling, eventually earning my BS degree in Applied Mathematics from Texas State University.

My commitment to education led me to a role as Activities Director at the Missouri School for the Deaf in Fulton, MO. Over the past three years, I’ve witnessed firsthand the challenges faced by students and educators alike. It’s this experience that drives my campaign’s central focus: ensuring better education for all.

But education is just the beginning. I’ve had the privilege of meeting people from all walks of life, and I deeply respect the hard work and dedication of everyday Americans striving to provide for their families. That’s why I advocate for policies that support small businesses, ensure access to high-speed internet for all, and guarantee quality healthcare in rural areas, with a particular emphasis on veteran affairs.

I’m also passionate about fair wages. Too often, hardworking Americans—teachers, farmers, truckers, and manufacturing workers—are undervalued and underpaid. It’s time we recognize their contributions and ensure they can enjoy time with their families without the burden of financial stress.

I believe in a future where every American has the opportunity to thrive, regardless of their background or circumstances. With your support, we can work towards a brighter, more equitable tomorrow for all.

Thank you for considering me as your representative. Together, we can make a difference.