Letter to the editor: Elect Loren Oldenburg to 96th Assembly

By Jim Brickl | West Salem, Wis.

As a business owner serving farmers and commercial businesses of the 96th district for more than 40 years, I would respectfully submit for your consideration the endorsement of this quality man. You may not know him personally; I would, however, recommend that if you can meet him, that you do! This man needs to be elected as your next 96th Assembly district representative for the state of Wisconsin!

I feel it is extremely important that the merits Loren possesses are shared and acknowledged! Character, family values, good judgment, and compassion are the ingredients that formulate a quality person, a quality representative, and the qualities that Loren possesses are merits we all deserve. In this age of segregated political views, character assassinations, political executions of a person’s family, self-respect, and future, it is time to have elections based on merit and respect.

I am proud of Loren the farmer, Loren the businessman, Loren the blue-collar worker, and Loren’s academic intellect and insight. His soft-spoken nature displays respect for “all” his fellow constituents. Laws should never be formulated for segregated group rewards, but legislated in the best interests of “all.” Lawmakers have the moral and civil responsibility not to discriminate based on race, sex, academics, or social or economic cultures and to promote a culture that enables the less fortunate to prosper.

Quality representatives should respect and acknowledge the positive benefits and results of an opposing view and articulate and promote the positive aspects of their own positions respectfully.

I am 100 percent confident that Loren qualifies as the candidate that will represent “all” constituents. Loren Oldenburg possesses the leadership that will promote family values, academic quality for our children, and business opportunities for our farmers, businesses, and government employees. I believe that Loren understands the plight of the blue-collar worker and their struggle to obtain economic parity. Please vote for Loren Oldenburg for the 96th State Assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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