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About Kash

Grayson "Kash" Jackson was born Benjamin Adam Winderweedle on October 4, 1978 in Shreveport, Louisiana.  He entered naval service on August 19, 1996 at 17 years old,where he served for 20 years with distinction. Kash received many personal and unit awards, including Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal (6), Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Citation, Navy Unit Citation, Military Outstanding Service Medal, and numerous other awards. Kash received an associates in marine engineering through Coastline Community College and is working on completing his bachelors in criminal justice through Columbia College of MO. He completed tours that with the USS Nebraska (Gold Crew), Naval Recruiting District New Orleans, Detachment Undersea Research & Development (two tours), Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, Illinois, Naval Submarine Support Center Bangor, Washington, Naval Service Training Command Great Lakes, Illinois.

Kash is a longtime supporter of local communities wherever he has been stationed, and participated as a volunteer at local schools, church youth groups, Habitat for Humanity, and as a Reserve Sheriffs Deputy in Lake County, Illinois. 

He has three children: Kolby, Kaedon, and Kaelee. The difficulties that he endured in family court have made Kash Jackson a leading advocate for reform of the judicial system and expanded his understanding of Constitutional rights infringement in our state. Recognizing unconstitutional legislation has been a shortfall in the governors office, leading to issues such as FOID cards, red lights cameras, and many other clear violations of Constitutional protections.

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