Saturday, October 6, 2018

Schierl For 55th

By Jeff Simpson 

I came across Dan Schierl running for the 55th Assembly seat and liked what I saw:

Thank you for your interest in my campaign.
I am Dan Schierl.  I have lived in the Fox Valley my entire life.  I have lived in the Town of Clayton for over 20 years.  I have been married to my wife, Katie, for 31 years.  We have 4 children.
I worked in manufacturing for 43 years. I started as a packer on the floor and ended as a millwright/pipefiiter.  I retired in 2015.
In my free time, I like to camp, hike, ski, snowmobile and travel.
I am a member of and believe in the principles of United to Amend and Blue Jean Nation.  I believe our government has not worked for the people in a very long time and I want to be part of the change necessary to get people back into power, not the big donors influencing our current system.    
Wisconsin through and through for this lifelong resident! 

So I looked up the 55th and who was representing the district, and it is Mike Rohrkaste.   Never having heard of Rohrkaste in my life(for someone who follows state politics daily), I had to google him and see that he is a Republican who actually "represents" the Neenah/Menasha area and is completing his second term.  Apparently anonymously.  A look at his campaign finance reports and we see he really is pretty anonymous all around. 

I believe the term for that is Mike has been a good soldier for the WISGOP, the problem though is the war they are waging is against public education. 

Neenah/Menasha is a growing region that deserves out front independent representation.  The 57,444 residents need to be represented well and proudly in the State Legislature. 

That is why it is important that you send Dan Schierl to Madison in November.   If you have a few bucks send it Dan's way, like his Facebook page, give him a couple hours of door knocking between now and the election, and call/text anyone you know in the 55th to show up and vote for Dan! 

Every vote counts! 

In the last election this seat was lost by 6870 votes so we need to bring more people to the polls! 

This seat is winnable and we can do this! 

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