Kathy Betts


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Kathy comes from generations upon generations of farmers, settling in the Chicagoland area in the 1840’s; thus Kathy likely has longer American roots than any other candidate.  Kathy’s mother gave up a lucrative secretarial career when she met (and surprisingly married!) Kathy’s father, a U.S. Marine, despite his low bowling average.  Kathy’s father came from humble origins and never went to college, yet became invaluable to the local gas station for over 30 years as “the guy that makes the computers run good.”  Loyalty to company and country is a foundation Kathy was bred for.

Kathy met her partner, Laura, in 2004 at a friend’s party and they bonded over succeeding at the game Clue.  Laura once received a fortune cookie that revealed she has a tendency towards patriotism.  The two of them share no children, pets, or plants since the only thing they can keep alive is the American Dream.

Like any family, the Betts’ have faced hardship:  Kathy broke her hip from being tackled in a flag American football game after recovering from an appendectomy.  She credits her partner’s unwavering care and ability of dragging Kathy across tall snow piles when the use of crutches just wasn’t feasible, to her ability to walk today.

Kathy is not a career politician.  She has spent most of her life in the private sector, working for an American company and pledging allegiance to the National Electric Code.  Not only does she crusade for the safety of all Americans, but she has also been an outstanding public servant.  In an early chapter of her distinguished career, she was a member of the National Honors Society and was published in the Who’s Who of American Junior Colleges.

Where does Kathy stand?

On America:  It brings tears of joy to my eyes just thinking about it.  Every day, I thank God, Christopher Columbus, and Sacagawea for my privilege to exist upon her.

On the United States: It is the greatest country in the world, dare I say the universe?  Nowhere else can you can you find such varied climates, dialects, and BBQ.  There is truly something for everyone.

On being an American:  It’s all I know.  I can name every State and where it is located.  I have been to 60% of the states and through most of those I was awake. But don’t ask me anything about geography anywhere else in the world or about languages other than English – because I wouldn’t know.  That’s the American way.

On Job Creation:  I think our schools should be able to teach about Job Creation AND Job Evolution!

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