Letter: Jacowski earns teacher’s union endorsement

To the Editor-

Members of the Stevens Point Teacher Association’s Leadership are proud to announce the endorsement of one of our own, Matthew Jacowski for Portage County Executive.

Matt possesses the strongest qualifications for county executive through his experience as a professional educator, county board supervisor, farmer, community leader and most importantly, a lifelong resident of Portage County.

Matt is ingrained in our community. As an educator he is committed to the growth of our community, our children and our families which drive him to focus on the prosperity of Portage County. As a Portage County Supervisor, Matt focuses on issues that directly impact our citizens, farms and businesses.

He understands the intricacies with issues such as the jail, courthouse and the emergency medical services (especially the need to obtain and retain stable leadership). Matt clearly knows we need to be responsive to taxpayers as we offer critical services and provide safety for all citizens. His experience will offer creative, thoughtful, ideas and solutions to the position of county executive.

As an educator, Matt understands the importance of listening, researching and gathering data to make unbiased, solid decisions. He recognizes it is vital to work with others, gather information and collaborate. As county executive he will bring education, business and industry together with the voices of Portage County citizens to collaborate in finding solutions to a healthy, prosperous future.

As Matt focuses on the future of Portage County (kids, families, citizens, farms and businesses), he understands that these topics are not partisan issues and will not be subject to bias, personal agendas. Matt understands topics like education, homelessness, worker’s rights, and a highly-qualified, educated, strong workforce will lead to our growth as a county!

This letter encourages you to learn more about Matt Jacowski and join us in our support of Matt. Vote Matthew Jacowski on Feb. 20, 2018.

Members of SPAEA Leadership
Betsy Wiberg, Vice President, SPAEA

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