"Things that have been broken for too long are going to begin to get addressed. It includes expanding the number of apprenticeship opportunities and scholarships across the state. It means moving or having the workforce development academies, craft training academies, in all seven workforce development areas of the state.
Voters are going to gravitate to us because we're going to be addressing things they're feeling, they're talking about at the kitchen table. They say, 'Do we think our hospital's gonna close? Do we think there's going to be good-paying jobs? Are they ever going to fix that road or bridge that's been out for months, even years?' That's what they're talking about and we're talking about real solutions to real problems."