Tamie Wilson For Congress


Meet Tamie Wilson

Executive Committee Member of Delaware Democratic Party

Women’s March

Rally Against Domestic Violence – reintroduce the ankle bracelet bill

Protested and Testified for Voting Rights and Fair Maps

Protest Jim Jordan’s Eligibility to Be on The Ballot – Violation of 14th Amendment Article 3

Partner with 1DivingLine2Health to Help End Human Trafficking

Member of Delaware County Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association

Feed the Homeless

March for Unity in the Community to End Racism

Ohio’s Day of Empathy

Writing Bills:
  • Support the Police Reform
  • Immigration Reform

Backing Bills:
  • Term limits
  • Stop taxing:
    • Overtime pay
    • Bonuses under $10k
    • Social Security pay

Address the mental health crisis in America: financial security, life skills and wellness programs, reduce fear and hate through education.

Reduce all violence with programs: domestic violence (programs for abusers and abused), domestic terrorism (deradicalization programs), racism (programs), mass shootings, school shootings, etc.

Bring jobs to District 4 that can’t be replaced by robots and provide high wages and safe working conditions.

Economy: Reduce taxes, fight to lower inflation, increase wages & pay equity for minorities and women, fight for everyone to pay their fair share in taxes.

Improve Education in America: Tamie has a lot of ideas how to improve education in America. Yes, preschool should be free, so all kids receive the same education. Tax money should be distributed equally to schools by number of students and faculty, so all students are given the same education no  matter the zip code they live in. We should provide honest education in schools. In addition, schools should teach mental and emotional fitness and life skills. Kids should be taught basic life skills needed to succeed in life: financial literacy, emotional intelligence, problem solving skills, communication, conflict resolution, positive thinking, forgiveness, etc. Child Wellness Program in schools.

Empower women and minorities with programs and funding for individuals, families, small business.

Help farmers: Tamie’s first plan of action will be to work to pass the farm bill, enforce antitrust laws, lower supplies and equipment costs, empower farmers by stopping abusive practices by meat processors, and require financial assistance to be dispersed.

Tamie was born in Columbus, Ohio. At the age of five, Tamie’s father relocated to Dayton, Ohio, for new employment. Months later, Tamie and her family followed.

Tamie understands the challenges rural families face being separated from family due to having to go outside their city for work. When Tamie was twelve, her family moved to a suburb of Columbus, Westerville. 

Although she grew up in the city, Tamie spent her weekends and summers in the country in beautiful Gallipolis, Ohio.

When she spent time on her uncle’s farm, she experienced farm-to-table firsthand as she gathered eggs for breakfast and vegetables for dinner. Her chores were to feed the chickens, pigs, cows, and horses.

You can say Tamie is a city girl with down-home country family values.

"Washington is out of touch and is not working for us. When Washington doesn’t work together, we all suffer.

I'm not a politician; I'm a concerned entrepreneur & single mom. My only agenda is to help Ohioans live better lives. I truly care about you and your family."
Tamie Wilson
For Congress

Tamie’s heart to help others was evident at an early age. In the fourth grade, she volunteered to help mentally disabled children. She worked closely with kids with down syndrome, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, autism, etc. 

Tamie also consulted her friends to help them with their problems. Her parents labeled her a child advocate when she was eight. Tamie’s love and care for people is just an innate part of who she is.

Tamie married her high school sweetheart who was a United States Marine. Like many wives, she put her life and college aspirations on hold to support her husband and his career: service to our country. Tamie lived the military life during war at a time before cell phones. She went months without talking to her husband. There were times she worried she would get a call or knock on the door telling her that he was killed in the line of duty. 

Tamie traveled and lived abroad. She experienced many cultures and developed great friendships with people of all ethnicities and economic backgrounds. Tamie respects all people and all cultures

Over the years, Tamie has experienced many trials and tribulations personally and financially. She has experienced numerous forms of discrimination including sex, marital status, parental status, race, age, and economic status. 

Tamie has endured the horror of sexual assault and sexual harassment at work. Regardless of her life’s challenges, through hard work and relentless perseverance Tamie has always come out on top. 

Tamie comes from humble beginnings and has had to find her own way. As a small business owner, a Transformation Life Coach, Business Strategist, and a successful sales representative of 20 years, Tamie has helped thousands of people transform their personal and professional lives. Born and raised in Ohio, she knows firsthand the challenges facing Ohioans because she’s experienced them; better yet, she knows how to solve them. Tamie is eager to go to Washington and use her personal and professional experience to work for Americans.


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