MUKWONAGO, WI—Nik Rettinger, longtime grassroots leader in the Republican Party, announces his candidacy for the 83rd State Assembly District. Rettinger has over a decade of experience advancing the conservative movement in Southeast Wisconsin and is ready to take the fight to Madison to ensure our conservative principles and Constitutional liberties are defended.

“I have committed over a decade of my life to organizing and leading efforts in the trenches to support and elect Republicans who will stand up for conservative values in Madison. Wisconsinites are dealing with record inflation, high crime rates, and the consequences of bad liberal policies. It’s time for a new generation of conservative leadership.” Rettinger further said, “I will protect the sanctity of life, support law enforcement, and defend our liberties such as free speech and the 2nd Amendment. I’ll fight for fiscal responsibility, smaller government, and lower taxes. There is a dire need for more conservatives willing to stand up to the Madison entrenched bureaucracy. I promise I will fight for you, the taxpayer, every day in the State Assembly.”

Nik Rettinger is proud to have support of the Horlacher family and several conservative leaders including Gov. Scott Walker, state Sen. Julian Bradley, and state Rep. Chuck Wichgers.

Rettinger went on to say, “I want to thank Rep. Cody Horlacher for all he has done standing up for our shared conservative principles. I wish him the best as he runs for Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge. I have known both Julian and Chuck for years now and I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and getting to work with them both to enact a new wave of reforms in Madison.”

Rettinger currently serves as the 1st Congressional District Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Republican Party of Waukesha County. Rettinger also serves as the State Chairman of the Wisconsin Young Republicans and is on the board of the Young Republican National Federation. Rettinger has helped organize huge voter turnout efforts making over 3.2 million voter contacts in 2020 across Wisconsin, over sixty thousand last Spring, and seventy thousand in the most recent spring election where we saw huge GOP victories.

As a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Rettinger has years of experience in public policy working for top conservative state legislators including former Rep. Dave Craig, former Rep. Jesse Kremer and currently Sen.  André Jacque. Nik Rettinger also co-owns Campaign Tutors, which provides a blueprint for conservatives looking to run for office. Rettinger and his wife Sidney own a home in the village of Mukwonago and attend Brooklife Church.

The new 83rd Assembly District covers Waukesha, Walworth and Racine Counties and now includes the communities of Mukwonago, Eagle, East Troy, Troy Center, Vernon, Big Bend, western Muskego, and Waterford.

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