Sheboygan, Wisconsin , United States
|| November 27, 1993
Aug 01, 2012 10:37pm
Caucasian - Liberal - Anti-Bush Tax Cuts (Pro-Tax Cut Rollback) - Government Reform - Health Care Reform - Jobs/Industrial Growth - Pro Environment - Pro-Labor - Single - Democratic Underground - Young Democrats - Christian - Gay -
|Info||I was born in November of 1993 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. |
I grew up on the City of Sheboygan’s Northside where attended Piegon River Elementary School and then later moved to the Southside where I attended Horace Mann Middle School. I served three terms as Student Council Representative. After middle school, I went to Sheboygan South High School to attend my first two years of high school. I served as the 2008-2009 Freshman Class Vice President.
I am currently attending George D. Warriner High School.
I am a small business owner, serving as President & CEO of Sheboygan Communications, a a diversified company dedicated to marketing, web design and interactive media. I have over four years of experience in marketing and developing websites. Some of my clients included Sheboygan Mayor Bob Ryan, Milwaukee Public Television and Roy Pirrung.
I first became interested in politics during the 2004 presidential election. Since then, I’ve been active in politics, supporting several candidates at the local, state and national level. In 2008, I volunteered for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign; contacting thousands of voters.
In August of 2009, I formed Wisconsin for Tom Barrett, a statewide grassroots organization calling upon Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett to run for governor on Wisconsin. Over 1,500 citizens sent messages to Mayor Barrett’s joined the movement. On November 15th, Mayor Barrett announced his candidacy. In October 2010, I traveled to Madison, Wisconsin to meet with former Governor Jim Doyle, Mayor Barrett and United States Vice President Joe Biden.
Last month, I have traveled to our state capitol in Madison to stand with our brothers and sisters in their fight to save their union rights. Hundreds of thousands of us have raised their voices together at massive State Capitol rallies and spontaneous uprisings all over Wisconsin. We’ve said it loud and clear in every that way we can. We’ve done almost everything possible to convince state senators that taking away our bargaining rights is unacceptable. Unfortunately, Governor Walker and the Republican Senators just aren’t listening.