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ENDORSED CANDIDATE

Jessica King

State: Wisconsin

Elected Office: U.S. Representative

Candidate District: WI-06

Reason for Endorsement:

Jessica King is in this race because she has spent her whole life in the 6th district and she knows that her community needs stronger advocates that will fight for the needs of the people. We are behind Jess because we know that she will be that advocate.

Jessica is a former Wisconsin State Senator who fought for families as they struggled to keep their homes and farms during the foreclosure crisis and has represented small businesses during the Great Recession. She knows how to resolve conflicts and also has seen the suffering people have experienced in the 6th district.

Today we are facing hard issues that will take political courage to address. Jessica knows that the current representative does not acknowledge these challenges nor does he have any proposals to offer to improve the lives of the majority of the people in this district. Jess does and she has grassroots support to help elect her and also push for these policies once in Congress.

Forward Fox Valley and Indivisible Sauk Prairie nominated Jess King for a national endorsement. If you would like to join either group or get involved, you can find Forward Fox Valley on Facebook or Twitter, and Indivisible Sauk Prairie on Facebook.

Year: 2020