Chaprales, now a financial planner in
"I'm running for state representative because I have passion for public service and I believe one serves best by listening before acting on behalf of our community. It will make us stronger," Chaprales said in a prepared statement.
Chaprales, 30, said lost jobs are being replaced with lower-paying employment and noted the safety concerns that have arisen from "our pandemic drug problem."
"We should have someone in state government who will listen to us, advocate for our needs, and will bring people together to solve problems" he said.
"If elected as your state representative, I will work tirelessly with business and community leaders to create jobs, grow our economy, protect and promote more local aid for our schools and infrastructure, and demand our state government become transparent and accountable."
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