The One Who Made This Debate Possible
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Jeannie Puzey is a talented artist, author, and teacher who has received awards for her work. Her recent journey through overcoming cancer has taken Jeannie down new paths, bringing inspiration and joy into the lives of others through writing and artistry.
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EzDebate is challenging each candidate to answer questions for their constituents. We will be posting the recorded answers so voters can view them.
The following questions were submitted to the candidates:
My campaign is a one-man band. I maintain my own websites, I use my own funds, and I make my own flyers. I will be refusing ALL donations. I believe money is corrupting the process. If I elected to Congress the only people I will owe are the voters. I believe if your gonna represent people you have to talk to them. In this day of communications, there is absolutely no reason why I can't know what my voters are thinking.
I was born and raised in a small town called Kimball, Nebraska. In 1974, I graduated from high school, and two weeks later, I joined the Navy where I would serve for four years. After leaving the Navy, I would move to Las Vegas, Nevada. I soon had a job digging ditches for an electrical company specializing in swimming pools, and there I learned the skills I needed to become an electrician. Towards the end of my time in Las Vegas, I met my wife Lisa with whom I would have a love affair for 28 years. She had family that lived here in Vancouver, Washington, so we packed our bags, and I’ve lived here ever since. I worked for Heil Electric in Portland Or. for 22 years, until my retirement two years ago. My wife and I had plans to drive our RV into the sunset and to enjoy what it means to be free. Unfortunately, my wife passed away last year, and so I would like to take the life that I have now and serve the people of my district. I would like to give them their voice in Congress.