To the editor, Democrats’ treatment of Christine Blasey Ford, the woman accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, is disgraceful. Democrats refused to allow her to remain anonymous because they wanted a show trial.
To the editor, The politics of ignorance, hate and lack of respect are everywhere. Christine Blasey Ford has received death threats after her statement that Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her years ago. She and her family have had to move to different locations because of the threats.
To the editor, What a path our state has taken since 2010. With Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle in 2010 we had 9.3 percent unemployment, falling wages, businesses closing, gross domestic product falling, consumer confidence index below 60, home foreclosures, $1.3 billion taken from the transportation fund for general state operations, increasing taxes and our state was still mired with a budget deficit of $5.4 billion.
To the editor, I’d like to recognize the efforts of our local elected legislator, Rep. Tyler August. He’s gone to Madison and done what he had promised. The state budget has been balanced every year he has been in office. Gone are the days when residents were faced with billions in budget deficits. The reforms that August has advocated for have been enacted. This has resulted in lower taxes, more money for public schools and investment in our roads and infrastructure.
To the editor, I’m Katherine Gaulke — a mom on a mission, educator and advocate running for Assembly District 32. As your voice in Madison, I will fight for affordable health insurance and prescriptions, as well as clean water, safe neighborhoods, equitable education funding and drivable roads.