STOCKBRIDGE – The Bodden campaign is announcing his first list of endorsements he has picked up since his announcement last Thursday: 

– Gubernatorial Candidate & Current 59th District Representative Tim Ramthun 

– Governor Scott Walker 

– Senator Duey Stroebel 

– Representative Janel Brandtjen 

– Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann 

– Former 59th District Representative Jesse Kremer 

– Kewaskum School Board Member Bradley Petersen 

– Former Washington County Republican Party Chair Jan Baldock 

– 8th District Republican Party Chair Kelly Ruh 

– Former Hartford School Board Member Bill Savage 

– St. Cloud Village Trustee Dan Dreifuerst 

– St. Cloud Village Trustee Tom Baldock 

– New Holstein School Board Member Heidi Brill 

– Calumet County Supervisor Ty Stuckmann 

– Calumet County Supervisor Bruce “Buzz” Laughrin 

– Sheboygan County Supervisor Jacob Immel 

Rep. Tim Ramthun stated, “Competitors in 2018 and friends today, Ty made it easy. Ty is genuine, respectful, knowledgeable, and displays a passion for service I relate to. Ty excels in results, he’s a man of his word, and of God. His conservative principles and conviction align with me and former Rep. Kremer, which assures the 59th Assembly District constituents will again have a citizen servant as their representative! Ty is without question both ready and capable to take the reins. It is my privilege to fully endorse Mr. Ty Bodden as your next 59th Assembly District representative.” 

Governor Scott Walker stated, “Ty Bodden is a strong conservative and a grassroots champion. His commitment to hard work will help fight the liberals in Madison. He is a leader in the fight for freedom and I am proud to endorse Ty Bodden for the state assembly.” 

Ty Bodden responded, “I am beyond humbled by the support of so many conservative leaders around the state and around the district. When I ran for this seat in 2018, I got to meet so many people here in the 59th and I am excited to build on that this year. Over the last decade plus, I have worked tirelessly to help conservatives win their elections around the state. Last year alone, I managed a successful special election for an assembly race in Northern Wisconsin, worked a full-time job, a 

part-time job, sat on my village board, chaired a non-profit board, put in over 500 hours into my county party and did all of that while raising a family. I am a dedicated servant to the people and I listen and work for the people. I work well with everyone in the party, and because of that, I have earned the respect of so many people. They know and respect the fact that no endorsement will compromise or sway my beliefs. I will serve my constituency with integrity like the leaders before me.” 

Ty is set to release another list of endorsements in the coming weeks. 

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