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Tom Sieber, Brown County Board Supervisor and community activist, has announced his candidacy for State Representative in the 88th Assembly District. The district includes the far east side of Green Bay and east DePere and portions of Ledgeview, Glenmore and the entire Village of Bellevue.
“Some of our politicians in Madison are leading the state down the wrong path,” said Sieber. “The people of the 88th Assembly District deserve a State Representative who will fight for investments in infrastructure, better support of education, affordable health care and environmental protection.”
Tom Sieber was re-elected last month to a fourth term on the Brown County Board. In the capacity of a Brown County Supervisor, Sieber has supported a long-term vision for the county that includes debt reduction, infrastructure improvements and sound fiscal management.
“As a local official, I have seen first hand how the politicians in Madison keep mandating things on local governments and school districts while not providing the funding,” said Sieber. “State legislators need to listen to people at the local level.”
Tom Sieber is a businessman, a graduate of UW-Green Bay, an avid outdoor sportsman, a member of the Neville Museum Board and active in his daughter’s after school activities. He and his wife Amy, a Green Bay teacher, are the parents of three daughters.
Tom Sieber is running as a Democrat in then 88th Assembly District.