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For The People
Answering the call to serve, Tamie is a 2022 Democratic candidate seeking election to the U.S. House of Representatives to represent Ohio's 4th congressional district.
"I think the one thing we can all agree on is that we all want to live a good life. Imagine a land where everyone felt heard, acknowledged, and respected. I believe the words of our founding fathers consciously and subconsciously had this in mind. We have the framework we need, but we have yet to fulfill our greatest potential. I believe we can take the spirit of Buckeye Nation to lead America to a more perfect union. We all do better when we all do better. United we rise and divided we fall. In our most challenging times in history, we’ve proven time and time again when we work in unity we can do the impossible. We all have the responsibility to elect government officials who will work in a bipartisan manner to do what’s best for the country. If getting things done is important to you, then I, Tamie Wilson, am your candidate. Please join Team Tamie and help me build a better Ohio and a better America."
Tamie is a biracial entrepreneur, single mother, and ex-wife of a United States Marine. With friends and family members from all ethnicities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds, Tamie gives voice to many Ohioans and Americans. Tamie's understanding, empathy, and compassion for humanity comes from her upbringing, life's experiences, and personal values. Born and raised in the heartland of America, Tamie understands the challenges and concerns of Ohioans, mostly because she's experienced them. Tamie offers a fresh female voice with a unifying message. Tamie brings commonsense solutions to core issues that no one in Washington is discussing. For these reasons, Tamie is the best candidate for the people
We've all been challenged by COVID. We're more divided than ever. Hate and violence are on the rise. Tamie has ideas to reduce violence in Ohio and across the nation, so everyone feels safe without impeding on anyone's rights. Ohio has experienced numerous shutdowns, layoffs, and job losses all on the watch of career politicians. We deserve better. Tamie will fight to bring more jobs to Ohio, increase wages, and improve the quality of life for working families.
We need someone who will GET IT DONE, and that person is Tamie Wilson.
Tamie is a Doer
As a Candidate, while other candidates have sat around waiting for district lines to be drawn, Tamie rallied and testified at redistrict hearings. She also planned a women's march to stand up for reproductive rights. In addition, Tamie planned a Rally Against Domestic Violence during October, DV Month. Tamie met with numerous Democrat and Republican Ohio Legislators to fight to get the Ankle Bracelet Bill for Abusers reintroduced. Tamie was featured in several Columbus Dispatch articles and featured on WBNS 10 TV and Spectrum News to bring awareness and sense of urgency for the bill to be reintroduced and passed. HB 3, Aisha's Law, added the ankle bracelet section to the bill and it passed the Ohio House on October 27th, 2021.
In Congress, Tamie will not only fight to increase safety and financial security for all Ohioans, but she will also fight to protect women’s rights. Tamie is committed to helping Ohioans bounce back better from the COVID Crisis, creating jobs, preventing poverty and homelessness by providing a livable wage, strengthening our economy, improving education, expanding access to affordable healthcare, revitalizing manufacturing, and revamping Ohio’s infrastructure. Tamie will continue to fight for fair voting rights and for everyone to pay their fair share of taxes. You can rely on Tamie to always fight to improve the quality of life for all Ohioans.
United we can
get it done!
"Women make over 50% of the population in the United States, but we only represent 24% in the Senate and only 26% in the House, this needs to change. Sexual assault lawsuits continue to be heard and dismissed. Domestic violence cases and legislation are brushed under the rug. Laws that affect women and our bodies continue to get passed. We need more female voices in Washington, especially women of diversity, like me. I will fight to protect women’s voices, rights, and lives."