State Representative Amy Sue Vruwink, from Milladore, announced Tuesday that she will run for re-election to the State Assembly.
“During my time in the Assembly, I have been an independent voice for our district’s rural values. My focus has been on creating an economy that grows from the middle class out and helps support the strong rural communities and businesses we need in order to create opportunities for our children.
“People in rural Wisconsin know that working together is the best way to solve problems and get things done. I bring that attitude to Madison because it’s the best way I can represent a district full of folks who stand up for what is right and put their differences aside to help each other when times are tough. We know that a “You’re on your own” mentality doesn’t help any of us move forward. When representatives take that approach in Madison it hurts our state, our communities, and our families.
“As a mom, I work hard knowing that the decisions we make will directly impact the Wisconsin that my kids will grow up in. I don’t let extremists or special interests from either party tell me what’s right or what’s wrong for my kids or my district. I look at each bill and make my decision based on whether it will get things done for the people in our district. That’s my job, and that’s what I do every day.”
Rep. Vruwink represents the 70th Assembly District which includes parts of Jackson, Monroe, Portage, and Wood Counties.
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