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Answers to Your Questions

My very favorite part of the Gordon for Wisconsin campaign is the opportunity it gives me to talk with people face to face. These conversations have been a great way to learn about the concerns and questions held by people across the 14th Senate District. I don’t want to wait until after I become your senator to address your concerns, so another favorite part of the campaign has been the opportunity to go directly to the information source when gathering answers to your questions. What would you like to ask?

 

Multiple voters have asked about water quality. Their questions sent me to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources water scientist, Dave Bolha, to learn more about surface water in the 14th Senate District.  Soon, I am meeting with state experts on the topic of drinking water.

 

A number of voters have also expressed questions and concerns about community health and access to health care for people who live in rural areas. In seeking answers to their concerns, I am scheduling appointments with health care professionals and leaders from across the 14th Senate District. I am also gathering information regarding models for providing health services that have been employed in other rural areas.

 

As this information gathering process yields results, I will share findings via this blog and through speaking events. Please keep in touch through the months between now and the November election and provide feedback and additional information so we can start working immediately on delivering results to the people of rural Wisconsin.

 

January 31, 2024

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