It is my sincere honor to inform you that I will be running for the office of president in the United States of America in 2020. Let me start by telling you my story, and I am certain by the time this campaign is over that you will come to know more about me. I've pledged to commit to the American people. I am in love with One America and All America’s citizens and non-citizens of America that are here to adopt America as their America. I apply the expression “One America” because I only see “One America” for All Americans.
Here’s a little bit of my story. I gave birth to two terrific children, a son and daughter. My son, Cortez, and his wife, Kim, have three daughters, and Shenatta my daughter, has two sons. My children are my world. And my grandchildren are the heartbeat of my life. I love them more than life. I am single—yes, free. We can work on a potential first man. I am going into the 2020 presidential race, giving my all for my children, grandchildren, and the American people. You will get to know the grandchildren. They were born into campaigning. I helped my grandchildren get into campaigning at a young age. They are ready to help “Nana” out in any way they can. They say, “Nana for President 2020.” We are ready for this long, wonderful journey and are ready to help make One America for All Americans.
I am a veteran of the United States military. It has been my greatest honor to have served in the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force as a Registered Nurse, Captain. Having the privilege to serve this Country has been the greatest and most rewarding experience of my life. I am from Hopkinsville, Kentucky and relocated my family to Virginia to start my military duty as a commission officer into the United States Army. I attended Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee and obtained my undergraduate degree in nursing.