You could say medical marijuana seemed high on the list of issues for Waukesha alderman Aaron Perry back in Feb 2018 and now as a candidate adult personal use marijuana makes that list.
As an alderman he lead the effort for the City of Waukesha Marijuana Advisory Referendum which yielded huge support. By a more than 3-to-1 margin, 77 to 23 percent voters approved of medical marijuana. - source
Candidate in race for State Assembly District 97
I moved to Wisconsin from Minnesota in 2007. In 2009, I moved from Brookfield to Waukesha to buy a house and start a family. We have called Waukesha home ever since then. I was blessed with 3 amazing children, Landon-8, Jackson-7, and Lauren-5. They all attend public school at Prairie Elementary in Waukesha. In 2017, I was blessed to recruit my parents to relocate to Waukesha from Illinois. My Mom started a counseling practice in Waukesha and my Dad serves the faith community as a Pastor.
My experience in politics dates back to 1986, when at age 6, I hung posters and knocked on doors for New Mexico Secretary of State candidate, Rebecca Vigil. She was successful in that election, making her the highest ranking Hispanic woman state-wide elected official in the Country.
The Perry side of my family, originally from Missouri, was also very politically active as elected officials in the 1940's and 1950's, having never lost an election. Some were elected as Democrats and some were elected as Republicans.
His stance on adult use (recreational) marijuana, or his stance on marijuana reform in general. He replied he was “In favor of medicinal asap and recreational next. If both are in the same bill, it has my vote.” - source
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