"It's not that it isn't happening...We KNOW it's happening. We just don't understand the data." Sure.
If you are willing and able to put in the time to do the job, then by all means run. It's always a good thing to have choices on the ballot. And even if you don't win, you can build name recognition in case you ever decide to run for City Council or School Board or something.
My understanding of Gielow is that he's a conservative but good at working with people of all stripes.I'll go with Jill: it's worth running, but it really takes a lot of time--and, of course, you have to tell the folks what they need to know to make an informed decision.
All I know is how he voted in the Legislature. I don't have the exact info at my fingertips, but it was largely RINO.
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