Brostoff Discusses Vision for New, Effective Leadership with WisconsinEye
Extended interview sheds light on Brostoff’s stances on green jobs, public education
MILWAUKEE –Jonathan Brostoff, candidate for the 19th Assembly District, participated in an extended media interview with WisconsinEye this week, highlighting his campaign’s message of bringing new, effective leadership to Madison.
“I am the only candidate who has 16 years of experience working in our community with our most vulnerable citizens, opportunities that helped me see how policy impacts our city directly,” Brostoff says in the interview.
Brostoff takes time to address his core campaign platform, including creating a new sustainable economy with family-supporting jobs, reinvesting in public education, and expanding public transit access.
“We’ve been put in a place where you either grow our economy or destroy our environment,” Brostoff said. “We have a pristine lakefront and natural resources across the state. Instead of fighting our environment to create jobs, we need to be investing in sustainable green jobs to grow our economy.”
Brostoff mentioned that members of the community can visit www.votebrostoff.com to find ten position papers that express his stances on important issues.
“I will bring effective, progressive leadership to Madison. I get it, I care, and, if I am elected, I will deliver.”
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Jonathan Brostoff is the District Director for Senate Democratic Leader Chris Larson (D-Milwaukee) and is currently on a leave of absence to run for State Assembly in District 19. A longtime resident and community leader in the District, Brostoff is dedicated to bringing effective, progressive leadership to the state legislature.
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