[NEENAH, WI…] The Rachael for Assembly campaign today announced the endorsement of Debbie Rohrkaste, wife of current 55th Assembly District Representative Mike Rohrkaste (R-Neenah), in the Republican primary race.
Debbie Rohrkaste formally endorsed Cabral-Guevara after a debate between the GOP candidates running to replace her husband in the 55th Assembly District.
Debbie Rohrkaste said, “I have enjoyed knowing Rachel through our involvement in Rotary and I’m thrilled she is running for Michael’s seat. I endorse Rachel and know she will continue the good work Michael did in Madison for the 55th assembly district.”
“Mike Rohrkaste has been a strong, thoughtful and caring leader for Neenah and the entire Assembly district during his service in the Legislature. He has big shoes to fill,” said Cabral-Guevara said. “I’m honored that Debbie Rohrkaste believes that I am best suited to pick up where Mike left off and continue working to represent the hard working families of the Fox Valley.”
Cabral-Guevara is also endorsed by the Wisconsin Right to Life, Wisconsin Nurses Association, Young Americans for Liberty, Americans for Prosperity, Sen. André Jacque (R-DePere), Rep. Shae Sortwell (R-Two Rivers), Rep. Gae Magnafici (R-Dresser), and Outagamie County Republican Party Exec. Committee member and FVI Leader Ed Perkins.
Rachael Cabral-Guevara is the owner of Nurse Practitioner Health Services, LLC (NPHS), which provides direct access healthcare to families with high deductibles or no insurance. NPHS provides house calls, nursing services, labs, X-ray, and a full services clinic in Appleton. She earned a Masters in Science Nursing from UW-Milwaukee and a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from UW-Oshkosh. In addition, Cabral-Guevara has served as a senior lecturer at UW-Oshkosh for more than a decade. Her role at UW-Oshkosh includes instructing more than 90 students in both classroom, clinical, and labs in clinical nursing.
Cabral-Guevara lives in Neenah and is mother of four. She is a Neenah Rotary member, volunteer at Alliance Elementary School, and has provided lectures for the National Alliance for Mentally Ill.