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For 43 years I worked in a large company.  For most of those years I held various leadership positions in my local union.  To get things done, I know what it takes to find solutions while navigating the oftentimes complicated process of compromise.    
For the past couple of years I have listened to the issues important to residents of Assembly District 55.  Below is a list of the most common issues mentioned.  If you don't see yours, please feel free to reach out to me with it!
I want to work for you and the greater good for our community.
 
 ISSUES
Social Justice
All people should have equal access to wealth, health, well-being, justice, privileges, and opportunity regardless of their legal, political, economic, or other circumstances.
Small Business Support
I will stand with you.  Whether your business is one or 100, small businesses are the backbone of our community.
Infrastructure
I support developing a budget to fix and maintain our roadways and bridges. Not only is the state of our infrastructure a cause for costly vehicles repairs, it is a safety issue!
Fair Funding for Public Education
I support the state returning to prior formulas that once helped sustain our schools at every level and lessen the local tax burdens on communities.  I  would like to help end the need for school referendums. 

Cannabis Reform 
I support a statewide referendum regarding the full legalization for both medical and recreational use.   
I also support releasing those incarcerated for possession or selling, as non violent crimes.
Big Money Out of Politics
I support our state calling for a 28th Amendment to our US Constitution to overturn Citizens United. 

Healthcare

I support accepting the federal money to help expand Badgercare for all.

Taxes

I support ending Corporate Welfare and Closing the Dark Store Loophole, enabling municipalities to fully function providing services, help out small businesses and lessen the tax burden currently on individual taxpayers. 

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