Wonewoc, WI – For the second consecutive cycle, Tony Kurtz announced that his campaign collected more than 1,000 nomination signatures – more than five times the number required to make the ballot.
“I’m incredibly grateful for the outpouring of support that the campaign has received from communities throughout the 50th District,” said Rep. Kurtz. “Service is important to me, and I’m honored to be able to represent my friends and neighbors.”
Kurtz succeeded Rep. Ed Brooks in 2019, and has worked to build on the former representative’s record of advocacy for rural Wisconsin.
“I’ve worked on bills that invest in our communities, improve health care access, aid farmers, and clean up our water supplies,” added Kurtz. “I aim to build on that record, and that’s why I’m running for re-election.”
To learn more about Tony Kurtz, please visit his website at http://kurtzforassembly.com/.