Riquelme: My vote is for Abigail Lowery for Wisconsin Assembly District 37
It is not too soon to rejoice about a coming election. We have the opportunity to be heard via our votes. What a privilege! I am encouraged and hopeful since we have a candidate running for Wisconsin Assembly in District 37 who challenges an incumbent who says one thing and does another.
The candidate I endorse is Abigail Lowery!
Choose Abby Lowery if you wish to have a person representing us in the Wisconsin government who promises these priorities:
— Listen to constituents and fight for what they need;
— Fight for fair maps;
— Work towards campaign finance reform;
— Advocate for necessary funding for public education, including special education;
— Support disability rights movement and their initiatives;
— Ensure everyone has healthcare;
— Collaborate and work across the aisle to pass laws that benefit everyone;
— Achieve appropriate balance between urban and rural needs;
— Promote equal rights and social justice for all;
— Listen to and account for the needs of Wisconsinites of all ages, in particular children and older citizens and;
— Recognize the effects of climate change, mitigate its impact, and prevent further environmental deterioration
I have known Abby for years, observed her follow through on projects that make a positive difference in our community and watched her be willing to learn as much as she can about issues. Because of my acquaintance with how she performs, I am convinced she will vote independently to support good policies. I urge you to get to know Abby. I’m sure you will agree with me, she is the type of representative we need in our government!
Marcia V. Riquelme,