1. Invest in our infrastructure. That means putting people to work repairing and rebuilding our roads, bridges, parks and public facilities but also expanding broadband access for everyone in Wisconsin. Internet access is, without question, vital to business and growth in today’s world. Expanding broadband access will be to this generation in rural Wisconsin what electrification was in the 1930s. Unfortunately, this legislature and governor refused money that had already been secured that would have begun the expansion of broadband. We must be forward thinking on this.