West Bend, WI – Bill Schulz announced a decorated list of endorsements as he runs for West Bend School Board. Below is a statement from Bill as well as a list of his endorsements.
“As I’ve walked through neighborhoods all over this district, I have created many positive connections with members of this wonderful community. During my time in this campaign, I’ve attracted the attention of many local leaders who trust what I have already done and will continue to do if elected on the West Bend School Board.”
“Endorsements like these are hard to come by and do matter in a race like this. All six candidates are running for their first time to a public office position like this. When voters are gathering information, it helps guide them on who is the candidate trusted local leaders’ support. I greatly appreciate all the help I’ve received thus far from my campaign team in helping create great relationships with leaders in our community.”
“With just a few weeks left in this campaign process, I will be pushing harder and harder every day we draw closer to April 4. To date, I’ve knocked on over 1,300 doors of folks who live in this community. I’ve been to every public school board meeting since announcing my candidacy as well as other publicly held events. I’ve volunteered a great deal of time giving back to the community I love so much. These are all reasons why I’ve attracted and gained trust amongst the following local elected officials.
John Donaldson – West Bend School Board
Melanie Ehrgott – West Bend School Board
Bart Williams – Former West Bend School Board
Monte Schmiege – Former West Bend School Board
Ken Schmidt – Former West Bend School Board
Randy Marquardt – Former West Bend School Board
Tom Barney – Germantown School Board
Russ Ewert – Germantown School Board
Tim Ramthun – Kewaskum School Board
Bradley Petersen – Kewaskum School Board
Nina Christensen – Menomonee Falls School Board
Chris Stueland – Menomonee Falls School Board
Jason Craig – Whitnall School Board
1776 Project PAC
1848 Project, Inc.
Moms on a Mission
Rick Gundrum – 58th District State Representative
Chris Jenkins – City of West Bend Mayor
Kraig Sadownikow – Former West Bend Mayor
Tracy Ahrens – West Bend Alderman – District 6
Joe Vespalec – County Board Supervisor – District 1
Marietta Bailey – County Board Supervisor – District 2
Denis Kelling – County Board Supervisor – District 3
Christopher Bossert – County Board Supervisor – District 4
Linda Gurath – County Board Supervisor – District 5
William Symicek – County Board Supervisor – District 7
Pam Konrath – County Board Supervisor – District 14
Lois Krueger-Gundrum – County Board Supervisor – District 15
Jodi Schulteis – County Board Supervisor – District 16
Carroll Merry – County Board Supervisor – District 17
Tony Thoma – County Board Supervisor – District 19
West Bend, WI
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