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Issues

Listening Tour

Problem

Elected officials solely using their own insight to identify and solve community issues.

Solution

Conduct a series of conversations throughout 2019 & 2020 that will allow community members to voice their concerns. This space will provide constituents the opportunity to not only share important issues specific to their community but also empower them to have an active hand in shaping our legislative and district agendas.

Creating Jobs

Problem

For decades elected officials in the 7th Congressional District have publicly stated that jobs were their number one priority. The current unemployment rate now sits at 17% which is almost 5 times the national average of 3.8%.

Solution

Establish the 7th Congressional District as a manufacturing and technology hub by attracting companies with a pro-market approach. Relieve small businesses from the heavy burden of taxes which will create jobs and improve the local economy.

Education

Problem

The steady erosion between school administrators, teachers, parents and community stakeholders are key factors in underperforming schools.

Solution

Ensure that public schools will receive funding for physical and technological improvements to provide a safe and healthy atmosphere conducive to academic achievement that leads to preparation and success beyond high school.

Reinvesting in Community

Problem

Elected officials in the 7th Congressional District have historically pointed out a problem without giving any tangible remedies.

Solution

Curtail senseless violence by introducing community stakeholders to “Project Change the Atmosphere.” A proven grassroot approach that will reduce crime, improve property values and bolster civic engagement.

Communication

Problem

A lack of effective and efficient methods of communication directly correlated to the inconsistent use of best practices for social media and absence of proper budgeting for direct mail to all residents within the 7th Congressional District.

Solution

Establish first-class constituent communication by executing social media best practices, utilizing bi-annual mailings using the Franken mail system and providing quarterly conversations.

Veterans

Problem

Being reactive instead of proactive in regard to providing transitional resources for active duty, reserve, and veterans members of the armed forces.

Solution

Work to give veterans a clear path back into civilian life by setting a priority of informing them of all the services and benefits available within the first three months of military separation.

Finding Out What Matters to You

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