Unlike career politicians, my focus has always been on using my
& PERSONAL POWER
to serve people and create change.
My life's ambition is to help people, not promote my own self-interests.
Along with teaching and doing social work, I have over 25 years of leadership experience.
My volunteer service highlights include:
Serving as the C.U.P. Food Pantrycoordinator assisting Parkview District residents, Chairing Rock County's Farm2School Coalition to connect local family farms with food service at area schools, Advocating for BPMA landlords and other small business owners leading to local ordinance changes, Developing a non-profit organization serving victims of sexual assault completely from the ground up that now serves all of Rock and Green Counties, Participating as a founding member of an initiative to obtain federal designation for the Rock River as a national water trail, resulting in toursim dollars and access to funds for improving water quality.
Most importantly, I will fight to give people of the 45th a strong voice in Madison!
I champion causes that support those who are often left out and rally resources that make a difference. I am a go-getter!
I know how to get things done!
As a Beloit City Councilor in my third term, I have consistently demonstrated the courage and conviction to raise questions about issues that other councilors will rubber stamp. I have a reputation for doing my homework, talking to the individuals affected by the decision, and not being afraid to stand alone in voting against colleagues when necessary.
My greatest priorities to pursue in office include: increasing job training and employment opportunities for residents, supporting local small businesses and family farms, ensuring every child receives a quality education, preserving critical public safety positions, advocating for local control and acting in environmentally responsible ways.
Authorized and Paid for by De Forest For Assembly, Deb Crockett, Treasurer