One day before election day, Assembly candidate Ryan Huebsch is wrapping up his campaign with an encouragement for everyone to go to the polls Tuesday.

“With election day tomorrow, I want to send my heartfelt thanks to all of the people who have helped make this one of the strongest Assembly campaigns in the state and encourage everyone who hasn’t already voted to go to the polls on Tuesday,” Huebsch said. “Since our campaign began over seven months ago, my team and I have been in every community in the 94th district and knocking on over 25,000 doors. From Onalaska to Bangor, Holmen to West Salem Holland to Shelby and every town in between, we’ve made friends, gained supporters and learned about the lessons that are important to all of us in the Coulee Region.

Huebsch highlighted the efforts of his supporters as evidence that though being outspent in this campaign, he will not be outworked, as he promised from the beginning.

“My opponent has taken over $1.3 million over the last few years from a liberal campaign fund funded by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker and Hollywood elites,” explained Huebsch, “But I’m proud to say in the past year we’ve had more contributions than he from individuals. Knowing we’ve got the support of the people, we’re actually going to represent means our hard work and message, that Wisconsin Can Do Better, is connecting with our friends and neighbors.”

“As people have seen, there is a lot at stake in this election,” Huebsch said. “If we are successful, I’m ready to be a strong, fresh voice from western Wisconsin. With your vote, I’m ready to go to work for you.”

The 94th Assembly District includes Onalaska, Holmen, West Salem, Bangor, and the rest of La Crosse County except for the city of La Crosse, half of the Town of Shelby and the Town of Campbell (French Island) the Village of Rockland and the Town of Burns.

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