Lake Geneva News Article "Challengers take aim at incumbent state legislators"
Great article - one correction; I'm not a physician; I always say "I'm not that kind of Dr." -- I am a Doctor of Philosophy. My doctorate is in Human Services with an emphasis on Public Service Leadership. You can read my dissertation HERE. The Lake Geneva News will be correcting online soon and print a correction next paper.
Also, please note, I'm not just "now entering politics", I have served as a registered lobbyist advocating for smart health policies. I'm tired of asking others to sponsor commonsense policies to drive down premiums and increase access to quality care. I am running to write these policies myself. #Gaulke4Assembly
Historic Fish Boil Is Fundraiser for Candidate with a Potful of Hot Issues;Dr. Katherine Gaulke is a Mom on a Mission.
What: Historic Fish Boil Fundraiser
Who: Candidate Dr. Katherine Gaulke (32nd Assembly District)
When: Tuesday, July 31, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Where: Fitzgerald’s, 727 Main Street (Hwy B) in Genoa City.
The Fish Boil was borrowed from the Native American fisher people who prized the valuable oils that rose to the surface when the fire was stoked high. Today it’s more of a spectator sport.
For Dr. Katherine Gaulke, a Mom on a Mission, this Fish Boil is not for spectators only; it’s a fundraiser for her campaign for Assemblywoman of the 32nd District of Wisconsin.
The Six Big Issues in her kettle are: 1) access to affordable health care with no preexisting condition exclusions, 2) good paying jobs and the ability to pay off student loan debt, 3) clean water to drink, to swim and fish in, to boat on, 4) food security and stable housing, 5) safe roads and bridges, and 6) quality public schools.
Purchase your Fish Boil tickets HERE. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Katherine R. Gaulke’s campaign committee hosted Gaulke’s kick-off for the State Assembly seat, Sunday, June 24th at Boxed & Burlap in Delavan.
Gaulke told the enthusiastic crowd, “I have been an advocate my entire life, founded the Wisconsin Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, and am now ready to continue my advocacy for better lives and health in Madison.”
Rep. Mark Spreitzer, Minority Caucus Chair from Beloit, introduced Gaulke. He worked with Gaulke, an experienced health care executive, this past legislative session to improve health-care to all residents of the state.
Katherine R. Gaulke, PhD, MHA is also an educator and mother, who volunteers and lives in the district she will represent. She believes residents of Walworth, Racine, and Kenosha counties must have a representative in Madison who knows the issues that affect them and someone who will fight for them.
She advocates for: 1) access to affordable health care with no preexisting condition exclusions, 2) good paying jobs and the ability to pay off student loan debt 3) clean water to drink, to swim and fish in, to boat on, 4) food security and stable housing, 5) safe roads and bridges, and 6) quality public schools.
Residents who missed the Gaulke for Assembly Kick-Off can meet Katherine at one of her upcoming events:
July 30: Fish Boil at Fitzgerald's Genoa Junction, 727 Main St, Genoa City. GET FISH BOIL TICKETS. Suggested contribution: $30.
Sept. 23: Ice Cream Social at Delavan Lake Store, 2001 N Shore Dr, Delavan. ICE CREAM RSVP! Suggested contribution: $25
Learn more about the Assembly candidate at www.Gaulke4Assembly.com. Event photos by Cyndie Lee Photography.