by Rep. Charles Wilson
I sincerely offer my gratitude to everyone who cast their vote for me on November 8 and granted me the opportunity to represent and serve the people of Caledonia 3 District. My promise to all of my constituents is to respect my Oath of Office at all times, uphold the inalienable, Constitutional rights of the people and work diligently to solve problems and seek answers to the issues we face here in Vermont.
On January 4, 2023, I will take my Oath of Office as your elected Representative. I pledge to always abide by and respect this oath. This oath is my guide and it is my honor and duty to work at all times to defend and protect individual Constitutional rights and ensure that these remain fully intact as we move forward and create legislation. This is the highest priority in order to secure our Constitutional Republic and the future of freedom for humanity.
Solving problems and protecting and defending the divine, inalienable rights of the people as guaranteed by our Constitution are two primary functions of government. These are both of utmost importance and must be considered at all points in the legislative process. Recently Vermont has a tendency to attempt to solve problems with impulsive measures that burden and bring risks to the people, do not offer real solutions, and infringe Constitutional rights of the people. I am dedicated to ensuring that these inalienable rights remain fully intact and are not eroded or compromised.
It is essential that our children can thrive in school. Our children must be fully supported and our schools must prioritize parental rights and create a space in which all of our differences in belief systems and values are respected. I will find out in the new year which committee I will be working on and I look forward to actively participating in this process.
Another top priority of mine while at the statehouse is to work my hardest to keep Vermont affordable. The current level of inflation and extra money spent on everyday expenses is crippling for many. I will oppose additional burdens considered by legislators that may arise this session. Tax schemes such as the Clean Heat Standard, the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA) with its unconstitutional and unelected board, and other financial stressors, regulations and pressures that place more burdens on Vermonters are injurious, harmful and unacceptable as stated in my oath. We are in a time of recovery and repair. The people of Vermont need support, security and protections. I am dedicated to helping provide opportunities that allow Vermonters to succeed.
It is my intention, to keep my constituents apprised of the events and legislation that arise this session in the statehouse. I will work hard to bring support and attention to our Caledonia 3 District and ensure that our voices are heard in the statehouse. I am available at all times to answer questions and hear your concerns and ideas. Please contact me at any point.
My goal is to protect and defend my constituents’ rights and to ensure that legislation is sound, worthy and beneficial to Vermonters and Vermont. I will work tirelessly to secure and uphold the rights of all Vermonters at all times as I try my hardest to work with my constituents and fellow legislators to solve problems and find solutions for the issues we face here in Vermont. Thank you for giving me this opportunity. I looked forward to serving you at the statehouse.
The author, a retired businessman and farmer from Lyndon, was elected in November to the Caledonia-3 seat in the Vermont House of Representatives, for the towns of Newark, Sutton, Wheelock, and Lyndon.
For many reasons, I completely agree with his opposition to “Tax schemes such as the Clean Heat Standard, the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA) with its unconstitutional and unelected board, and other financial stressors, regulations and pressures that place more burdens on Vermonters are injurious, harmful and unacceptable as stated in my oath.”
I eagerly look forward to your sound, logical representation of the People of Caledonia 3. I fully supported you and will continue to do so. THANK YOU for your service to the NEK!
Couldn’t have said it better myself Charles. I look forward to working with you this legislative session.
Re: “It is essential that our children can thrive in school. Our children must be fully supported and our schools must prioritize parental rights and create a space in which all of our differences in belief systems and values are respected.”
So easily said. But so naïve. It might as well have been a Miss America contestant calling for world peace and an end to violence and hunger. Not a constructive tangible step in sight as to how this goal is achieved.
Sorry for the cynicism. I’m just tired of hearing and reading the same old nonsense from people who clearly put not offending anyone as goal one. Keep working hard, sir, even if it is nothing more than beating your head against a wall, as everyone else seems to be doing. OTOH, when you figure out that you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet, let us know.
It will take hard work but the truth always prevails!!
What truth? Can you be specific? How do you propose creating ‘… a space [in our schools] in which all of our differences in belief systems and values are respected”?
I don’t question that you intend to work hard, Charles. But beating your head against the wall is a waste of everyone’s time.. except, perhaps,for those who want their systems and values respected, not yours or mine.
Thank you George for doing exactly what elected representatives are elected for! You are a shining star in this world of self centered socialists. We need you duplicated 149 times!
Did you mean Charles?!
Best of luck Mr. Wilson. It will be challenging to be an eagle among so many chickens and swamp rats.
So Mr. Wilson puts his personal life on hold to fight for Vermonters and Mr. Eshelman has nothing to offer but derision. Way to go Jay, spew nonsense instead of offering support for one of the few Republican candidates in VT that actually adheres to VTGOP Platform, is Pro Life and Constitutional.
Mr. Wilson will certainly be outnumbered by those who support and will try to force their marxist agenda on Vermont families, but getting backstabbed by those who should support him is something he shouldn’t have to face.
But he has, all the way through his campaign, not receiving any help or endorsement from the VTGOP. In fact none from his County GOP.
I am proud of and thankful for Mr. Wilson and his efforts.
The people that voted for Mr. Wilson have faith in him and will back him.
His voice will be heard. Maybe thru his efforts, others will find the strength to step up to fight for their State. We all know who is fighting to destroy it.
And what nonsense did I ‘spew’, Mr. Sexton?
Did I say Mr. Wilson didn’t adhere to the VTGOP Platform? No.
Did I say Mr. Wilson wasn’t Pro Life? No.
Did I say Mr. Wilson wasn’t Constitutional? No.
Did I say he wouldn’t be outnumbered by Marxists? No.
Did I say the people who elected Mr. Wilson didn’t have faith in him? No.
What Mr. Wilson said, after I challenged him, was that ‘… the truth always prevails’. Strange that the ‘truth’ is so absent in your remarks, Mr. Sexton. Mr. Wilson surely has his work cut out for himself.
So: What tangible steps (other than working hard and being truthful) did Mr. Wilson offer that will achieve anything? Why don’t you, Mr. Sexton, take a stab at answering the question I posed to Mr. Wilson?
How do you propose to create ‘… a space [in our schools] in which all of our differences in belief systems and values are respected”?
Ah old Jim is still sour he lost the GOP chair to Paul Dame.