Ericka Redic, a Republican candidate for the United States House of Representatives, will march in the Maple Festival Parade in St. Albans on Sunday, April 24. The Parade begins at 11:00 p.m. on Main Street.
Redic has built a float that advocates for and celebrates families in Vermont. Because she is an advocate for Vermont families, the Redic for Congress float highlights and celebrates the importance of parents involvement in their children’s education.
The theme of the float is “Tap into Parent Power.”
The Redic for Congress float also celebrates Vermont’s liquid gold and the economy around maple production. Ericka recognizes the importance of Vermont’s traditional, legacy, and new industries including top quality maple syrup production.
Ericka is running to restore integrity, fiscal restraint, and stability to our Federal Government.
Ericka Redic was born and raised in Vermont, where she has made a career out of helping small businesses succeed. Erika also works with women in recovery from substance abuse and supports many organizations that uplift marginalized, under-served and at-risk people. She insists on honest and open discourse from local, State and Federal legislators, pushing them to develop innovative ideas and consider solutions outside their own party narrative.