Letter: Mrowicki walks his talk

Editor of the Reformer:

We're fortunate in Dummerston, Putney and Westminster to have Mike Mrowicki seeking his 6th term in the legislature.

Mike has his priorities right on issues facing the State and is experienced at getting things done, especially in human service issues of childhood abuse and trauma and sexual harassment but also a host of other topics he has dealt with in his service on the House's Human Services Committee over the years.

More broadly, he was a strong advocate for the gun safety bills passed by the legislature this year. He backed bills for paid family leave and an increase in the minimum wage and worked hard in th4e previous legislative session to get the education merger law Act 46 amended. He continues to work for an alternative school governance structure for towns and schools in the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union. Climate change, the opioid crisis, and economic development needs like job training for young people: these and many more are on his radar.

Mike's a legislator who walks his talk. Join us in the August primary in our vote to keep Mike working for us in Montpelier.

Bill and Mary Lou Schmidt

Dummerston, July 6


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