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Democrat Wiejaczka opposes ‘divisive’ politics

Democrat Wiejaczka opposes ‘divisive’ politics

Kathy Wiejaczka stresses one thing above all others in her campaign to be the next representative for the 101st State House District: politics and public service are not a game.

It’s a perspective that she says separates her from her opponent, Republican Jack O’Malley, as the two head into a face-off in the Nov. 6 general election.

She believes in making healthcare and education more accessible and affordable to people in the district, and she said a position in the legislature is more than just a prize to be won.

Hailing from Empire, Wiejaczka is a 35-year nurse, an educator and a small business owner. She said her years of experience working with people have been beneficial in her campaign, and helped her form connections with would-be constituents throughout the 101st.

“I’m not a politician, I’m a nurse,” Wiejaczka said. “People seem more receptive to the idea that they can trust me, and that I have their best interests at heart, and I will.”

By Riley Kelley

Source: Ludington Daily News
September 28, 2018