July 7, 2018 – Washington County, WI – On August 14th, 2018 we have the opportunity to elect an honest, smart, and dedicated candidate for the 59th Assembly District – Rachel Mixon.
Rachel is a pro-life, pro-2nd amendment, conservative Republican. She has been a teacher for over 20 years, and she brings an extensive amount of experience and insight to education, school safety, and school vouchers.
I have known Rachel for several years and can proudly call her my friend. For seven years on the City of Hartford Common Council, she approached constituents with integrity, respect, and responsiveness. Rachel’s experience in local politics is critical because it will transfer to the state level with her; once there she will serve with the same devotion and awareness.
Rachel is a member of the Farm Bureau and has spent much time talking with farmers in the district to hear and understand their needs. While this may seem somewhat minor, it is actually very important; she educates herself so she can better aid the community. She refuses to address anything blindly; she will always research and learn to make sure she delivers citizens the best result.
One of Rachel’s most outstanding qualities is her thorough understanding of concerns and her multifaceted plans to address them. Her answers are consistently well thought out and examine not only the long-term effects but also the short-term effects. Every time we have a conversation regarding issues within District 59 I am amazed by Rachel’s passion and determination to fix them. She will never simply identify an issue; she will find it, formulate a plan, and fix it. She will not rest until her constituents can, too.
I can’t imagine anyone that would work like Rachel to serve the people in the 59th District; her unrivaled experience and unmatched passion make her the perfect candidate.
Take the time to check out Rachel Mixon at her website www.rachelmixon.com and on facebook RachelMixon59. I encourage you to take advantage of any opportunity to meet her. It will only take one conversation to realize that she is by far the best candidate for the 59th Assembly District.
Please vote for Rachel Mixon on August 14.
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