March 2020

Papers Please!

March 28, 2020 - 09:14

I work for a very large technology company. Perhaps the biggest one in the world. My current client is one of the largest grocery store corporations in the nation with thousands of stores in nearly every state. In this new era of pandemic response our team of professionals has been working 24/7 to support what is now considered critical infrastructure for the United States. The systems that my team builds, supports, and maintains are used to transmit crucial information to employees at all levels throughout the country.

Endorsement Announcement from Sparta Mayor, Kristen Gust

March 26, 2020 - 17:08

Citizens of the 3rd Congressional District have a unique opportunity this year to choose from various well qualified candidates to serve as our representative in the U.S. Congress.

With multiple candidates on the primary ballot, we should be asking, "What qualities are important for my next U.S. Congress Representative?"

In this election, like with every election, looking beyond the ballot and analyzing the future needs of our community is crucial.

Electing Judges to the Supreme & Appeals Courts

March 26, 2020 - 17:01

Remember learning about the three branches of government way back in your school days? There is the Legislative Branch that is elected by the people to make the laws. There is the Executive Branch led by the President, Governor, Mayor, or similar executive that runs the government by following the laws the legislature made. And there is the Judicial that makes sure the way the laws are legislated and the way the laws are executed comply with the Constitution of the United States and the individual state and related applicable laws.

Women’s History Month

March 26, 2020 - 16:58

Women’s History Week was first observed in March of 1980 when Jimmy Carter was President. This annual observation was a week for most of that decade until Congress changed it to a month in 1987. This special recognition is to commemorate or celebrate the tremendous role of women in American History; the struggles and the successes.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Wisconsin 3rd District

March 20, 2020 - 19:38

Today, I'm announcing my run for US Congress because I believe in the American Dream. Being part of that dream means helping those in need, when they need help.

Part of the Navy SEAL Creed that I had the honor to help write speaks to this:

“We expect to lead and be led. In the absence of orders I will take charge, lead my teammates and accomplish the mission. I lead by example in all situations.”

Justice Kelly Endorsed by Bipartisan Majority of Wisconsin Sheriffs

March 14, 2020 - 08:00

Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly’s campaign announced that he has received the endorsement of the majority of Wisconsin’s county sheriffs. This announcement comes after the Milwaukee Police Association announced it’s endorsement of Justice Kelly last month. These endorsements demonstrate Justice Kelly is the clear choice of Wisconsin law enforcement officials.

The Science of Life

March 07, 2020 - 09:40

This week I received the following statement in a memo from Wisconsin Democrats regarding legislation affecting the lives of unborn children:

One bill keeps politicians out of the exam room by repealing unnecessary abortion restrictions that are not grounded in medical science or widely accepted medical best practices.

Rebuttal to La Crosse Tribune Regarding Monroe County 2nd Amendment Sanctuary

March 07, 2020 - 09:39

Since the Monroe County Board of Supervisors took a stance on February 26th to establish Monroe County as a Second Amendment Sanctuary and to send a message to Madison and Washington that reads loud and clear,

“Here in Monroe County, We The People will not tolerate unconstitutional changes to the Second Amendment,”