Jodi is a nurse who cares deeply for the well-being of our district and state. Jodi understands the strengths and struggles of working families and will fight for changes to build a prosperous and healthy district.
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Jodi Wilke for State House of Representatives
“I demonstrated during the Jefferson County ‘NO on Prop 1’ campaign that I am not afraid to push back against a well-funded opponent in a David and Goliath contest. We worked hard and gained the support of the unheard voices.”
Jodi is a problem-solver and a champion for the people who have been overlooked for too long. As a Representative of the 24th LD, she will defend her constituents and their livelihood through a balanced approach to economic growth.
“No Community, Small business, family or individual in our 24th Legislative District should ever feel like they’ve been left behind. I support policies to improve infrastructure as a basis for healthy progress. Every person can benefit from these improvements and no one can deny the value to our environment by modernizing. Infrastructure is the basic foundation we need for healthy Growth, Opportunity, and Prosperity.”
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Jodi has seen and spoken to the disenfranchised poor, many of whom are seniors and veterans on fixed incomes. She is committed to continuing her fight to reduce the burden of taxes, over regulation, and senseless spending. She favors personal property rights, the pride of self-reliance, and personal safety. She believes a restored economy with healthy growth will increase the tax-based revenue stream, while simultaneously reducing the costs of housing.
While continuing to fight for families and seniors, Jodi knows the future of our district depends on our young people. She knows how we value our students. Safety in our schools is one of her primary goals. This is proved in public policy by investing in protection at school. Her opponent has voted against this protection by failing to fund resource officers in Washington schools, leaving our children vulnerable to attack. This is unacceptable and Jodi plans to reverse this policy.
Jodi raised her two children on a restricted budget. At age 50 she returned to college and received her nursing degree. She currently works as a night shift nurse with a primarily senior community and has committed much of her time outside of work to helping young people get a better start in life.
“To make a better future, we must do away with policies that have caused financial devastation, hopelessness, and which continues to divide families in our district. I am just a single mom with a stethoscope, but I hear your heart. “
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