Two years ago, we did not endorse Joyce Mason, then a challenger for this House seat. But we urged her to remain engaged in politics. Mason won that race, and now she’s running for reelection. This time, we endorse her.
Mason, a human resources consultant and former Woodland School District 50 vice president, has voted the interests of her district along the Wisconsin border. She opposed an increase in the gasoline tax to fund infrastructure. She introduced a bill to keep natural gas bills from soaring as utility companies replace old pipes.
With a pandemic virtually shutting down the Legislature this year, though, Mason hasn’t had much of an opportunity to get bills enacted.
Also running is Republican Dan Yost, a capable Antioch village trustee. His priorities include property tax relief, a reduction of ethylene oxide emissions — EtO — and small business development.
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October 3, 2020 at 02:18PM