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Abbie Weipert is what District 77 needs in the Iowa State House. She is a 2007 graduate of the University of Iowa with a degree in finance and went back to school while working full time at Transamerica to earn her MBA from the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business. Based on her own track record, she clearly holds education as a high priority. She also works at Kirkwood Community College in Financial Planning, positioning her well to hit the ground running when it comes to the state of Iowa's finances. 
 
Not only is Abbie a beacon of hope for educators and their students, but she has a long-standing record of community service and involvement that includes collaborating with United Way and Last Hope Animal Rescue. She also helps middle school children prepare for the real world through her commitment to Workplace Learning Connection. Her dedication continues into the college realm where she has had mock interviews of soon-to-be college graduates from Kirkwood Community College and the University of Iowa. 
 
Not only do I know Abbie, but I know several of her family members.They have strong family values and an enthusiastic and dedicated work ethic. They support local businesses and care deeply about the communities in which they live. Abbie makes well-informed decisions, is fair and dependable, and has passion for what she believes is right for the state of Iowa. 
 
Her education, professional experience, and sense of community are some of the reasons I support Abbie Weipert for Iowa House District 77. Please help me in supporting her on June 7!

~ Sarah Seidl, Tiffin

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