LETTER:The campaigns are drawing to a close, and it’s time for you, the voter, to make your decision.
To the editor:
The campaigns are drawing to a close, and it’s time for you, the voter, to make your decision.
In this letter, I hope to answer a few questions that have been raised about my candidacy. Some people have asserted that I am running because of Act 10. This is not true.
Months before Act 10 was passed, I observed that campaigns were designed to get as many of their party members elected so they could pass bills without bipartisan cooperation. This was happening on both sides of the aisle.
I believe this is a fundamental flaw in government. Representatives need to listen to their constituents, research the issue, and vote according to what’s best for their district and state.
This may or may not fall along party lines. This cuts to the heart of why I am running for the state assembly.
Another concern that has been voiced involves my high school band. If elected, there is a plan in place to keep the high school band program strong.
When not involved in assembly duties, I will still be working with the music department at school. There will be help from within the music department to make sure the students still receive an amazing musical experience.
On a different note, I want to assure people that I am a strong supporter of our second amendment rights. I will work to enhance hunting and fishing in our district, not impose regulations that impede on our valued outdoor recreation.
Finally, and most importantly, I want to be your representative because I believe in our district and our people. I believe everyone should have a voice in our state government, and I’m going to work to make sure that I am representing everyone’s voice in my votes, not just special interests or partisan agendas.
I want to thank everyone in our district for the kindness they have shown my family and I as I have campaigned over the last 10 months. This experience has taught me how amazing the people of the 28th district are.
I ask for your vote on Nove. 6, and if elected, I will bring my best for our district and state. Catch the Bever Fever on Nov. 6.
28th District candidate