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Tom Palzewicz

State: Wisconsin

Elected Office: U.S. Representative

Candidate District: WI-05

Reason for Endorsement:

Tom grew up in a union family in the Midwest. He served in the Navy for nearly 6 years and graduated from UW-Milwaukee. His entire life has shown him that most people are good and willing to help out, but one just needs to be willing to listen.

Tom believes that as a representative, he has a duty to listen to his constituents. It’s clear that he is committed to ensuring that this generation of public servants will prioritize the needs of the people. Tom’s platform is centered on equality. He knows that our country currently is not equitable and he will fight to remedy that injustice — and he will do it by listening to the people and staying connected to his community to understand what needs to be improved. 

We are behind Tom because he believes healthcare is a human right and he will fight to ensure that everyone has access to it. He is committed to fighting the climate crisis and creating good paying jobs in the process. He understands the urgency of the crisis but also sees the opportunity that exists as we transition to a clean energy economy. We know that he will serve Wisconsin’s 5th with integrity and honesty.

Indivisible Tosa was one of the groups that nominated Tom Palzewicz for a national endorsement. If you would like to join the group or get involved, you can find them on their website.

Year: 2020