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Delafield – State Representative Cindi Duchow released the following statement regarding her decision to seek re-election for Wisconsin’s 99th Assembly District.
“Today, I announce that I will seek re-election as State Representative for the 99th Assembly District. Since being elected in 2015, I have worked hard to make our state and district a better place to live and prosper. I promised to help lower income and property taxes, and we accomplished both in the last state budget. As a result, we kept more hard earned money in taxpayer’s pockets and allowed small businesses to reinvest in their companies and create even better paying jobs. I also promised to make education a priority, which is why during the 2017-18 session we provided record funding for public schools and expanded statewide school choice along with many other important educational reforms. We made Wisconsin the Welfare Reform model for the country and got tough on crime, including a bill I authored to give judges the ability to protect our communities from dangerous people.
“It has been an honor and privilege to serve the constituents of the 99th Assembly District over the past three years. I look forward to continuing our work to move Wisconsin forward and increase prosperity for everyone.”
The 99th Assembly District includes the towns of Delafield, Genesse, Merton, Oconomowoc, and Ottawa; villages of Chenequa, Dousman, Hartland, Merton, Nashotah, North Prairie, Oconomowoc Lake, Summit, and Wales; and the City of Delafield.