Jerry and Janet Murphy throw support to Rachael in Republican Primary

[NEENAH, WI…]   Outagamie County Republican Party Campaign Chair, Jerry Murphy, and his spouse, Janet, both endorsed Rachael Cabral-Guevara in the Aug. 11 Republican primary for the 55th Assembly District.

Jerry Murphy serves as the Outagamie County Republican Party Campaign Chair and is a longtime GOP leader in the Fox Valley.  His brother is state Rep. Dave Murphy (R-Greenville), whose spouse, Lynn, has endorsed Cabral-Guevara as well.

”Rachael is a smart, hardworking conservative who will promote policies that will grow our economy and protect our liberties, that is why I enthusiastically support and endorse her candidacy for State Assembly,” Jerry Murphy said.

Janet Murphy added, “I support Rachael for the 55th Assembly District because she shares my conservative family values. I know she will work hard for us in Madison. She holds high standards for herself.”

Cabral-Guevara said the support she’s receiving throughout the District is heartwarming and exciting.

“I’m thrilled to have the endorsement of Jerry and Janet Murphy,” Cabral-Guevara said.  “They’ve worked very long and hard to improve the lives of Fox Valley families, and they’ve given back to our communities in very generous and meaningful ways.  As longtime Republican leaders, I’m grateful for their endorsement and support.

Cabral-Guevara is also endorsed by Wisconsin Right to Life, Wisconsin Family Action, Wisconsin Nurses Association, Americans for Prosperity, Young Americans for Liberty, Sen. André Jacque (R-DePere), Rep. Shae Sortwell (R-Two Rivers), Rep. Gae Magnafici (R-Dresser), Debbie Rohrkaste, Lynn Murphy, Outagamie County Republican Party Exec. Committee member and FVI Leader Ed Perkins, Fox Crossing Trustee Dale McNamee, and Neenah Alderwoman Kathy Boyette.

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.

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