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Building a Bright Future!

Sarah Harrison isn't your typical politician. As a small business owner, fierce advocate, and devoted mother, she's on a mission to bring a fresh perspective to Wisconsin's 15th Assembly District.

With unwavering dedication, Sarah is here to shake up the status quo. From championing reproductive rights to fighting for affordable child care, she's not afraid to tackle the tough issues head-on.

Join Sarah's campaign today and be part of the movement to create positive change. Together, we can build a brighter future for all Wisconsinites.

Assembly District 15 includes:

Blue Wall

Pewaukee

Town of Brookfield

14 City of Brookfield Wards

3 City of Waukesha Wards

Assembly District 15 Map

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PRIORITIES

Reproductive Freedom

Individuals should have authority over their own reproductive healthcare decisions, including birth control, emergency contraception and abortion.

As your Representative, I will vote to repeal an 1849 state statute criminalizing pregnancy termination, which took effect when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Accessible Healthcare

Affordable and accessible healthcare, including mental health and substance use resources, is a basic human right for all people.

From adolescence through menopause and beyond, women face additional health risks including cervical cancer, pregnancy complications, and breast cancer.  Preventative care and regular screenings for all women increase the likelihood of successful treatment.

Our Economy

Wisconsin families benefit from continued income tax relief. Our local economy is bolstered when we support our entrepreneurs and their small businesses.

We can retain high-potential talent and leadership in Assembly District 15 by creating attractive employment opportunities and investing in workforce development programs.

Affordable Childcare

Childcare costs are crushing the average Wisconsin family, and history has shown that this disproportionately impacts women.
 
We should help families to afford quality, accessible child care, so that all parents are able to participate in the workforce if they so desire. 

Education

All people should have access to a quality public education. Public education benefits students and parents, and also enriches our community. Our public school curriculum should continue to teach an honest version of our great country's history.
 
Educational policy and funding should be based on the academic impact on students, the workplace impact on faculty and staff, and financial viability.

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