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Hi, I'm Nurse Jayne and I'm here to help the 96th. 

Politics in our state are divisive and unwell - so let's send a nurse to Madison!

Why I'm running

For most of us, the status quo just isn’t working. We need a representative who stands up for our rights and works to help make things better. I’ve been helping people here my whole life, and have spent the last 22 years as a registered nurse. It’s a natural progression from being a tenacious advocate for patients to being a tenacious advocate for the 96th.

I’ve served the people of Wisconsin for 22 years as a registered nurse, and I can clearly see that our democracy’s vital signs are fading fast. Our state government needs a serious injection of moral perspective – and a major transfusion of common sense.

As your Assembly Representative, I will continue to help the people of the 96th by defending your rights and the needs of our district, not big-money donors or political party agendas. I’m grateful for all your support so far, and I’d appreciate your vote on November 8!

It's all about the people

In Wisconsin, neighbors are known for being neighborly, and our representative needs to carry this tradition to Madison. She must be a tenacious advocate for her district, working every day to make life better for everyone. 


When representatives fail to represent their constituents, it's time to roust them out of office and replace them with true champions for the people. This unapologetically honest, no-nonsense nurse is ready for the challenge.

What I stand for

My goals for the 96th Assembly are people-focused. Click here for more of my thoughts on the issues that affect the people of the 96th.

Abortion rights: Everyone deserves access to reproductive healthcare services, the right to privacy in communicating with their doctor, and freedom to choose what’s right for them, regardless of contrary religious beliefs.

Healthcare reform: We can find common ground that will help thousands of Wisconsinites with profit caps on pharmaceuticals, expanded Medicaid, and tighter controls on for-profit health insurance companies.

Defending democracy: Voting is a fundamental right and the lifeblood of our democracy. We must ensure fair and accessible voting, voter registration, and mail-in ballots for everyone who is eligible, and reinstate drop-off boxes.

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