“I’m very glad that Jerry Broitzman is in this race,” said Smith. “We need more people with his values representing us in Wisconsin state government.”
Marquette County is known for its natural beauty and is a popular tourist destination. Fountain Lake Farm is located in the southern part of the county and is part of a National Historic Landmark paying tribute to the founder of the Sierra Club.
Jerry Broitzman visits Madison, Wisconsin
While there, he visited the capital building and other points of interest.
At another stop in Madison, Jerry visited a construction project at Madison Pentecostal Assembly church. Bishop Eugene S. Johnson was there to greet him and his wife. He and Jerry are showing the “V for Victory” sign in his run for Secretary of State.
“Jerry and his wife Dorothy were a blessing to have as members of our church while they were living in Madison,” Bishop Johnson said. “I am glad to have been their pastor.”
Jerry spoke on the issue of voting based on your principles and beliefs, rather than on fear.
“Most people vote based on fear, not on issues,” Broitzman said. “I am running so that people who put their faith first can have someone to vote for; not simply settling for the lesser of two evils.”
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