Politician Info
C+ Jodi Sinykin (D - WI) MEDICAL USE

This candidate narrowly lost a bid for this seat in 2023 during a special election. She lost by 1.7% or 1292 votes to Dan Knodl (R).

Habush Sinykin received her law degree from Harvard Law School, and began her professional career as a judicial clerk to a federal district court judge, followed by a decade of private practice. She is a partner at Habush Habush and Rottier. Her father is Robert Habush.

In all fairness, the WisPolitics Interviewer did only ask the candidates about medical marijuana and not recreational. Here is her answer to if she supports medical marijuana.

She also supports legalizing medical marijuana because she says it could help those with chronic pain, arthritis, cancer, and children with seizures, among others.  You can listen to her whole interview with the marijuana question/answer at about the 3:31 mark.

If you are in the 8th Senate District you may want to apply some voter pressure to this candidate for clarification on her stance on cannabis. Her interview, which begins at the 16:25 mark is worth the listen. Personally, I think she should have taken some time to research this subject before she answered, or didn’t answer.

Newsmakers: Campaign 2023 Interview with 8th Senate District Candidate Jodi Habush Sinykin

Candidate in race for State Senate District 8 on Tuesday, August 13, 2024

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