Voters have an an independent choice they can make as Wisconsin moves 'forward'
To The Telegram: Voters in Wisconsin's 73rd legislative district have a unique opportunity this year to send a man and a message to Madison that we are independent-minded citizens who know and understand the challenges of our time. I assert that ...
To The Telegram:
Voters in Wisconsin's 73rd legislative district have a unique opportunity this year to send a man and a message to Madison that we are independent-minded citizens who know and understand the challenges of our time. I assert that I am a worthy choice to represent you.
This century will be a turning point in the history of our nation. The industrial revolution has occurred with a head of steam and built wealth for several generations on into our own present day. But with the increase in population and concern over the scarcity of our resources, we need to move our mindset from one of labor and consumerism into one of harmony with nature and renewable energy options to build our future.
Our future can indeed be one where all citizens enjoy affordable health care as we educate ourselves to making healthy choices in our diet and continue to commit ourselves to clean air and water. As we all share in this endeavor, we will be witnessing changes in our society from traditional families of a Mom and Dad into families where kids live with same sex parents and go to school with other kids who have a different color of skin, a different religion, and perhaps a different economic integrity. We need to embrace diversity on all levels because it's happening anyway. I can help in that transition.
The United States of America has always been a work in progress, an ideal worth defending and investing in. We need to renew our choices to build a home which has the blessings of peace, love, and truth. I respect and dignify each and every human being.
Having been born and raised here in Superior, I know your hopes. I know your expectations of an elected representative. I ask for your vote because our convictions are above any political agenda or tradition, and I understand that. Please vote Sept. 9 and Nov. 4. And be proud that our state motto "FORWARD!" defines our shared future.
-- Jeff Monaghan,