As the Evers administration explores the outcomes of the legalization of medical or recreational marijuana, the candidates gave their opinions on how they view the controversial topic.
Zimmerman said the state should allow medical marijuana and be able to tax it.
“It’s estimated that the legalization of medical marijuana would bring in $130 million a year in additional tax revenue,” Zimmerman said. “And right now we need to look at different possibilities of additional revenue so we can balance our budget.” - source
Candidate in race for State Assembly District 44 on Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Zimmerman earned his B.S. in business administration from Edgewood College in 2006 and a degree in information systems technology from the Community College of the Air Force. His professional experience includes working as a tanker driver and as a chauffeur for a limousine service. Zimmerman served as a computer systems operator for the United States Air Force from 2000 to 2004.
Zimmerman ran for elected office as both a Republican candidate and Democratic candidate prior to 2019 - source