Our Roadmap for the First Two Years:

Take a science-based, people-first approach to pandemic recovery.  

Invest in public education and lower the cost of technical school.  

Accept federal Medicaid dollars and make prescription drugs cheaper.

Reduce the burden of property taxes by closing the dark store loophole.

Fund a mental health counselor for every school district.

While our community was losing multiple young people to suicide last fall, the State Assembly held six votes on suicide prevention. Ken Skowronski didn't show up to any of them. We don't know why.

After his party lost a statewide election, they stripped the incoming governor of power. Now, that same bill is restricting Medicaid and federal COVID-19 stimulus money. Ken Skowronski voted for it in the middle of the night. We don't know why.

Instead of finding a real solution to the election on April 7th, the politicians in Madison made it harder for people to vote. A real leader would have found a compromise. Ken Skowronski forced us to choose between our health and our vote.

We don't know why.


It's time our state representative did something.

Let me show you how I will.


We’ve never seen anything like COVID-19 in our lifetime, but that’s all the more reason to work together — for our own safety and the safety of our neighbors.


Children in Science Class

Let’s make sure everyone in our schools -- students, teachers, and administrators -- feel safe, supported, and ready for the new challenges and opportunities in 2020 and beyond.


Everyone deserves to be healthy, and we must design a simple system that lowers drug prices, expands coverage, and delivers services to those who need them most.


Open Sign

We should be a destination for entrepreneurs, and our state should support growth and development while lowering the tax burden on the middle class and keeping consumers safe.

Small Businesses & the Economy

We can do more to support our veterans, and we need to start focusing on the new challenges facing them and their families.



Wisconsin has a long tradition of protecting our natural resources, but we have to invest more in clean green spaces for everyone to enjoy.

The Environment

Let's stop playing games: many Wisconsinites fought and died so that we could live in an accountable democracy with fair elections. It’s about time we respected that.

Clean up Madison


In Wisconsin, everyone deserves a fair shot. Right now certain communities are far more likely to face discrimination, violence, or other threats to their rights — this shouldn’t be a partisan issue.

Fairness, Equality, and Justice

Our representative ought to fight for our hometown and not just push his own ideas, and that’s why I’m the only candidate specifically addressing your concerns on an individual level.

Community Causes