Thanks for caring about the future of Wisconsin! I appreciate you taking the time to learn more about me, and my re-election campaign to represent the people of the 43rd Assembly District.
This race matters. Your voice matters.
I have been elected to three consecutive terms and am seeking my fourth. However, because of the Republic gerrymandering in redistricting, my old district was split into four separate pieces. This left me with the hard decision of which new district I would run to represent.
After much consideration I chose to run in the new 43rd Assembly district, which encompasses parts of my old district that includes parts of Jefferson and Dane counties, specifically the town of Koshkonong, town of Sumner, and Albion township.
I look forward to continue to work tirelessly for the people, small businesses, farmers, and working families of South Central Wisconsin. It has been my goal to listen to every one of my constituents and deliver for those I represent.
In my three terms I have held hundreds of listening sessions in every part of my district and unlike some legislators I treat this job very seriously and have never missed a single vote on the Assembly floor during my time as your representative.
I hope you will join me in helping me continue to fulfill my duty as your state representative of the new 43rd Assembly District. I am asking for your vote on November 6th. A vote for me will ensure that your community and state has someone that will listen to and bring your ideas and concerns to Madison.
I have worked to preserve public school funding, hold the line on taxes, and to create jobs for Wisconsin’s hardworking middle-class. These are a few of the issues that I will continue to work hard on as your representative. I have written several jobs bills with the goal of getting Wisconsin back on track and its citizens back to work. As a former factory worker I understand the importance of creating jobs for the middle class, however because of the partisanship in Madison none of my proposals were ever passed on the floor. My jobs bills this past session, which were considered by both parties as good legislation, were held up by Republicans because of the great political divide. Nonetheless, I will not be deterred and am dedicated to serve the great people of this state; now is the time to come together and do what is best for all of you.
On November 6th I hope that I have earned your support and that you will vote for me to help restore balance to this state and heal the political divide by electing and re-electing lawmakers who believe in putting the people's priorities before their own. Join me in moving Wisconsin forward today.
I hope I can count on your support on November 6th,