“We have a lot of kids, when they graduate high school, they are not college material, but yet there’s not a whole lot to offer them. They want to get an education, they want to get the training so they can get a decent job,” she said. “I don’t think those needs are being met.”
Another new Democratic face emerges to challenge for a Republican-held state House seat, again with the subtle message that suggests voters should turn to local issues in choosing representatives. It’s a good theme against the all-Obama-all-the-time theme Republicans have used so well the last four years.