Stronger, Together, in the 21st Assembly District.
Madison is broken, crippled by partisan politics, division and discord — and not working, literally. There is a better way, and it starts November 3. I will stay as mayor when I win, and give back my mayoral salary when I do, bringing a voice of Main Street to the Capitol and be a champion for Oak Creek, Franklin, South Milwaukee. Let’s fix this, together. Let’s put a mayor in Madison, and move past the negativity. Let’s build bridges, not burn them.
Let’s unite, not divide. Let’s work together to solve problems. Let’s put a mayor in Madison.
Our legislature is not working for you. These days, it’s not working at all, even when it’s needed most amid a pandemic. We must work together to solve problems, like we do every day as local leaders. It starts in the 21st Assembly District. It starts November 3.
I love the communities of the 21st District. That is why I have put down roots here, raised a family here, opened a small business here. This is personal.
You’ve probably seen the shadowy, third-party mailers on behalf of my opponent by now. Now find out where I really stand on the key issues — and how we can work together to get Madison working again, starting with a response to a deepening pandemic, as well as investments in our cities, schools, health care, and economic development. We will do so reponsibly, as we’ve done in the City of South Milwaukee.
Authorized and paid for by Brooks for Assembly; Sarah Brooks, treasurer.