Dec. 13, 2017 – Washington Co., WI – On Tuesday, Dec. 19, the voters of the 58th Assembly District have a very important decision to make when they go to the polls. In my opinion only one candidate has the experience necessary to serve the citizens of this district and that person is Rick Gundrum.
Rick has served along with me on the Slinger Village Board and as a County Supervisor. Recently due to the retirement of Herb Tennies, Rick was elected County Board Chairman by his fellow Supervisors. This is testament to the quality of individual he is. Rick works diligently to bring the best services to the residents of the County at the lowest possible tax rate.
I have worked for many years at the Village level with Rick. His knowledge and wisdom has always been a welcome help to me as Village President, so much that I have appointed him President Pro Tem for those times when I am not available. Together along with other trustees we have improved the Village’s finances and been able to lower property taxes to the lowest level for over 20 years while still providing excellent services to the public.
Rick’s service to his community and the Washington County along with the years of knowledge he has obtained in the roles he has served, gives him the ability to go into the job as Assemblyman with more than a step ahead of any of the others in this race. I urge the voters of the 58th District to get out and vote for Rick Gundrum for Assembly on Tuesday, Dec. 19.
Village of Slinger
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