Jan. 15, 2018 – Washington Co., WI – On Tuesday, Jan. 16, you will elect a new representative to the 58th Assembly District. As your representative I will work to close the Dark Store tax loophole, consolidate and shrink government at all levels, advocate for the care of the elderly and those in need, expand education options for all children, and end the sale and use of fetal tissue from abortion.
I will work with Republicans on major tax reform. I support Governor Walker’s initiatives on workforce development and welfare reform. I have already started working to close the Dark Store tax loophole by testifying in Madison on behalf of the taxpayers of West Bend.
As a County Board Supervisor and your County Board Chairman I have the proven track record of fiscal conservatism. I have delivered on smaller government by advocating and instituting priority based budgeting which saves taxpayer’s money and improves efficiencies.
I worked with legislators in Madison to change legislation to merge health departments with Washington and Ozaukee County. This merger improves the level of services and saves you $300,000 this year and every year. As chairman of the Aging Disability Resource Center Board, I worked to ensure services for the elderly and those in need are met.
I am endorsed by Pro-Life Wisconsin, Wisconsin Right to Life, Wisconsin Family Action, and the NRA.
You need a consistent conservative with a proven track record of winning for Washington County. Vote Rick Gundrum, the Republican candidate for Assembly on Tuesday, Jan. 16.
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