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Access to affordable healthcare is a basic human right.Read More
A successful future for Wisconsin depends on a strong education system that invests in our children and places a high value on training for job and career growth within Wisconsin.Read More
A sustainable and thriving future for our families requires sensible environmental protections.Read More
We cannot underestimate the impact of the guest worker on the US economy.Read More
Wisconsin should leverage its current industries and talent to shift its focus toward becoming a leader in 21st-century manufacturing, technology, and clean power employment.Read More
Roads and water systems will require significant investment to keep the citizens of Wisconsin safe.Read More
No American should be forced to claim bankruptcy because of medical bills. The fact that medical bills are the #1 reason for bankruptcy in America is a travesty and a failure of our economic system. Simply having an illness or injury should not lead to a choice between putting food on the table and paying for medical treatments. I would vote NO on any bill that eliminated medical coverage for a single American or reduced Medicare and Medicaid benefits. Yes, the Affordable Care Act needs amending, but the bill offered by the Republicans and voted for by our current Representative Glenn Grothman was deplorable.
For years Wisconsin has had a proud tradition of a strong education system. We need to continue that tradition into the future for it is the next generation that will be charged with continuing the successes of today’s leaders, business owners, and workforce. We all strive to improve our livelihood, to maintain America’s place in the world economy, and to grow Wisconsin’s position as a leader in manufacturing and food production. It is our duty to ensure that our children and grandchildren have a foundation of knowledge and skills for their future and ours. Further, affordable higher education leading to lower student loan debt will be central to strong economic growth and investment.
Wisconsinites have a rich history in valuing and utilizing the resources in our beautiful state through outdoor sports & recreation or hunting & fishing. To ensure future generations of sportsmen and women have the ability to safely eat the fish out of our numerous lakes and streams, sensible environmental protections are needed and should be welcomed. The current administration’s budget proposal to eliminate funding for Great Lakes Water Act is reprehensible and will have devastating long-term effects on Lake Michigan and its tributaries.
I believe that America was built by the hands of immigrants and we should continue to welcome immigrants of all nationalities and faiths into our country. A comprehensive immigration policy that protects our national interests and secures our national borders all while ensuring small business owners like the great farmers of Wisconsin have the labor that they need to provide the food to nourish the nation.
While automation in manufacturing continues to advance, Wisconsin companies and residents should stand together to seek new ways to deploy our talented workforce. There will be 1 million unfilled technology jobs nationally in the next 5 years; our state, and our district, should strive to become a technology hub for the rest of middle-America to look towards for inspiration. Jobs supporting automation and technical advancements are the future, and Wisconsin, with its highly-trained, dedicated and educated workforce, should be a leader in the design, development and manufacture of goods to support these new technologies.
The American Society of Civil Engineers states that 1,232 of Wisconsin’s bridges are structurally deficient, 80,388 miles of our roads are in poor condition, $1 billion investment will be needed in the next 20 years for safe drinking water, and $6 billion investment needed over the next 20 years for wastewater treatment. The poor condition of many Wisconsin roads cost drivers an average of $637 per year in repairs. A comprehensive, federally-funded infrastructure plan is a smart investment for our citizens and local businesses. It is time to finally get our aging— and too often deadly— infrastructure back to safe and working condition.