There are so many issues that need to be addressed in this Country, but the problem is politicians get wrapped up in party politics, personal agendas, self-serving projects, and pressure from big time donors. It’s time for a change. The people of District 4 deserve to be heard and get results.
Tamie will ALWAYS be available to listen and take action. It’s time to look at what’s not working and plan a path forward toward progress. We need to look across the aisle and not see an enemy. All sides must work together to make America better for everyone.
Tamie’s #1 priority will always be to improve the lives of Ohioans. Tamie will not just “be your voice”, she will be your action taker, a leader that will deliver for you and your family.
Tamie will GET THINGS DONE FOR THE PEOPLE.
Voting is the cornerstone of our Democracy. Tamie has fought for fair voting and fair maps.
Tamie will continue to fight to protect this most sacred American right, so everyone has the ability to participate in choosing our leaders. She will fight to increase the amount of polling locations, to make the process safe and secure, and stop gerrymandering. Voting should be an easy assessable process that encourages people to do their civic duty to give power to the people and their voice.
COVID-19 has upended our economy over the past couple years. Everyone from farmers, small businesses, large companies, retail, and families have been impacted by the pandemic.
Tamie wants to help promote economic growth and recovery by taking bold action through new legislation and bringing new jobs to Ohio.
Tamie will fight for tax cuts including: no overtime tax (which is no tax after 40 hours of work), no taxes on bonuses under $10k, and to stop taxing social security (which is currently double taxing Americans).
Tamie will repeal WEP and GPO. Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) and Government Pension Offset (GPO) both reduce social security. Public servants and their spouses should not be punished with a reduced retirement income.
It’s also time for the 1% to pay their fair share. In addition, we need to wipe out student loan debt, and everyone deserves a livable wage. Hardworking Americans should be able to easily put food on the table, pay their bills, send their kids to college, and receive affordable healthcare.
Tamie will fight for a better future for all Americans by laying the groundwork in the present for a safer, cleaner, healthier world. She already has plans, programs, and legislation ready to take to Washington.
One of Tamie’s missions is to transform impoverished marginalized people and neighborhoods in Ohio by empowering them through life improvement initiatives. Learning new healthy lifestyle habits and behaviors will empower people to get off government assistance and thrive as US citizens.
Tamie will lead the charge to improve our school system by fighting for equitable high-quality education that teaches honesty, integrity, and courage to do what is right, and fully funded pre-k. Tamie believes our children should be taught mental and emotional fitness.
Tamie will work towards a greener way of life, better healthcare, and reduce all violence. She will always make herself available listen to the challenges, concerns, and issues of the people.
A brighter future is in reach and Tamie Wilson will be the leader to get us there.
As a biracial woman, Tamie knows the challenges, concerns, and issues the working class, women, and minorities face in today’s society. She will fight for the rights, civil liberties, and a better life for all.
The working class should not have to work 2 jobs to make ends meet. Tamie believes we need to get back to one job being enough to live a good life.
Women deserve to have reproductive freedom. Minorities deserve to feel safe when walking in their communities. Tamie will be a champion for women and minorities who are victims of violence.
She is already taking a proactive approach with her common sense solutions. Tamie will fight to bring women and minorities equity in finance, work, health, and safety they have long deserved. She will be the voice for the working class, women, and minorities who have gone unheard and underrepresented.