From the August 12th, Baraboo News Republic,
“Considine retired early from the Baraboo School District to enter the race and said he agreed to run out of a passion for service. “I think I’ve kept the race really positive and just talked about my strengths and I’m really happy with it,” he said Tuesday night.
Considine said one thing he learned while campaigning in the district was “how much I have to learn.” At first, the realization was humbling, Considine said. But then, he said he realized a willingness to listen and learn is more important than knowing it all.
“I think the answers are in the wisdom of the people of this district, and I want to listen to them,” he said…
Considine said he believes solutions to state issues will come through working together.
“I think we need to start working together,” he said. “My big deal is we have to quit vilifying and making our opposition the enemy and start working together and realize that in working together we will come up with the best solutions for our state.”