LETTER: She served her country, now she’s ready to serve District 60

To Ozaukee Press:

I do not know State Rep. Rob Brooks, but when Wisconsin’s Republican governor asked him to resign because of the remarks he made to three Republican assemblywomen at a Republican caucus, I believe whatever Brooks said was intolerably offensive.

I do know Chris Rahlf, his challenger in this election. Because of her father’s Air Force career, she was raised on military bases. When it was time for college, she came to her father’s home state of Wisconsin. She graduated cum laude from Marquette with a degree in civil engineering before entering the Navy as an officer.

Later, Chris and her career-Navy husband moved back to Wisconsin to be closer to aging parents and to finish raising her family. Here she felt a calling beyond working in her profession of construction management. She’s running to be a public servant in the state she loves.

Chris was raised to be frugal, responsible with money. Her father was one of 10 children and her mother was raised with rationing in post WWII England. Chris has professionally managed large construction projects for private companies. The tax money of working families will be in skilled hands with her in the Assembly.  

Chris Rahlf exudes leadership, honor and duty. She’s worked with and respects all kinds of people. Her life has been about teamwork. Her listening skills and problem solving abilities are evident when you talk with her. She has served her country and now, she wishes to serve the people of Wisconsin Assembly District 60. Please honor Chris Rahlf with your vote on Nov. 6.

Nancy Camden
Mequon

 

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