I Started the day out at a nice gathering for breakfast at Charlie's American Cafe in Riverview. Max Shapiro (my campaign Senior Political Advisor) and other key players in the Burfoot recall efforts were recognized for their tireless work over the past year, especially the last several weeks in Richmond lobbying, resulting in unanimous votes in the General Assembly! Time very well spent, Thank You, on behalf of several grateful citizens.
I was offered a bit of a surprise impromptu opportunity to introduce myself and speak about our campaign. A bit long winded, with several questions to field, but a wonderful opportunity to articulate the ideas and passion driving this run for House of Delegates, and it seemed well-received.
Next was a very informational forum at the Slover library, "Equity & Opportunity in Education". While it was an excellent airing of challenges faced by our local educational institutions, I look forward to bringing meaningful solutions to actually address those issues.
Finally, a quick trip to pay homage as a Wisconsin native and USN veteran at the battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64), set with a backdrop of a beautiful clear blue sky.
Special thanks to two more of my awesome team for joining me today, my very supportive wife Evelyn Berry-Hurst and David Benjamin Dull (Volunteer Coordinator). It's not just about what you do, but with whom you share your journey.
- Terry Hurst, Candidate, 89th District House of Delegates