August 12, 2018
One of the most frustrating attacks made on me during this campaign is the claim that I am ‘pro-abortion’. I am a Catholic pediatrician and mother of six. I have nine siblings and my mother was one of twelve. My husband is also one of ten and my children have 70 first cousins. I am surrounded by children and large families.
August 10, 2018
Today, I sat down with Waukesha Alderman Aaron Perry for an interview about my campaign. I really appreciate The VACK Group and Aaron Perry for giving me time to explain my views in a civil dialogue. No word twisting or gavel banging—just conversation about how I can improve District 5 by bringing a Prescription for Change to Congress. Click the button below to watch the interview:
August 09, 2018
I understand my Republican credentials have been questioned. It was said that I only recently became a Republican. Not true. My family settled in Germantown, Wisconsin a few years before Wisconsin became a state. My Great-Great-Grandfather Martin Schottler (#13 in the pic below) was a Republican representative in the State Assembly in 1863 and 1864, 100 years before Jim Sensenbrenner first held public office. Martin’s house is the German Farmhouse at Old World Wisconsin.
August 04, 2018
Yes. I believe in the second amendment and the right to own guns. I believe in the great sporting traditions of Wisconsin’s sportsmen and women. I will not be under the thumb of any special interest group, however. The only interest group I represent are the people of WI-05.
August 02, 2018
Tariffs impact farmers, businesses, and families in Wisconsin's District 5 right now. I made a video to capture some of my thoughts on this—click the button in this blog post to watch it!
July 01, 2018
Healthcare costs are increasing faster than any segment of our economy.
June 25, 2018
Thanks to the tax cuts, our local small businesses are expanding, paying down debt, increasing wages and updating equipment. With the Foxconn project underway it is crucial to aggressively expand workforce development programs to meet the demand for skilled workers.
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