Madison – Today, Rep. Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton), announced she will not seek a seventh term in the State Assembly.

“It has been the privilege of a lifetime to represent and serve my friends and neighbors in southern Wisconsin. During my tenure in the legislature, I’ve had the opportunity to work with many wonderful people – constituents, colleagues, stakeholders and staff – on policy issues they’re passionate about. I’m grateful for the experience, knowledge and relationships serving in the Legislature has given me,” said Loudenbeck.


Over the last 11 years, Rep. Loudenbeck has worked with her colleagues in both houses and across the aisle to successfully author dozens of bills that have been signed into lawThese signed bills cover a wide variety of policies ranging from anti-human trafficking and support for homeless and vulnerable youth to agriculture, water quality and economic development. She led the effort to provide Family Care to Rock County residents and chaired a Legislative Council Study Committee on the preservation of burial sites that led to the passage of landmark legislation settling a complex policy matter. Her work on policies related to health care and public safety spanned several legislative sessions and multiple bills including community EMS, telehealth, charity care, Next Generation 911 and shared services for fire/EMS.

“I am proud of my record of results and sincerely hope the bills I authored leave a positive mark in Wisconsin history. State Legislatures truly are laboratories of democracy, and I am so thankful for the support and assistance I have received from my staff and our legislative service agencies allowing me to turn ideas into action and offer real solutions to the challenges facing our great state,” said Loudenbeck.

Rep. Loudenbeck was first elected in 2010 and has proudly represented residents of Rock and Walworth counties for the last 11 years. For the past four legislative sessions, she served on the powerful Joint Finance Committee, and as Vice Co-Chair since 2018. She is the current Chair of the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board and Co-Chair of the Joint Information Policy and Technology Committee. Rep. Loudenbeck chaired the Assembly Committee on Workforce Development during her second term and has been a member of 11 other Assembly committees.

Additionally, Rep. Loudenbeck is a legislative member on the State Fair Park Board, and was previously appointed to the Educational Communications Board and the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority Board.

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