Contact: Barbara Dittrich
City of Oconomowoc — Following a hard-fought race, Representative-Elect Barbara Dittrich (R – Oconomowoc) wishes to extend her heartfelt thanks to the voters of the 38th Assembly District.
“While I know full well that not every citizen in the district voted for me, I hope that all will find me to be approachable. I have led a life of service and will continue to do so for the great people of the 38th. My hope is to preserve the good things done in this state while working together on important new accomplishments. This will require give and take from each of the co-equal branches of state government. The voters have spoken, and I am humbled that the majority have put their trust in my leadership.”
Dittrich has lived in Oconomowoc for nearly 30 years. She and her husband Steve, a lifetime resident of Oconomowoc, are former small business owners as well as active community members. Her service has ranged from local organizations such as Oconomowoc Area Chamber of Commerce, Lutheran Homes of Oconomowoc, and Crosspoint Community Church, to regional and national organizations such as Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation and The Christian Council on Persons with Disabilities. Dittrich has diverse career experience having spent 13 years in the investment industry, as well as more than 15 years in non-profit special needs leadership.