Letter to the editor: Assembly candidate Tony Kurtz is a proven leader

By DOUG ROGALLA | Kendall

I have known Tony Kurtz for several years now. I am convinced that Tony will be a strong advocate for the people of the 50th Assembly District. He has been endorsed by your outgoing Assemblyman, Ed Brooks. Tony is bright, energetic and works hard.

Tony is a combat veteran who served for 20 years in the U.S. Army as a helicopter pilot. He has flown both Cobra and Apache attack helicopters and was deployed in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Service is important to Tony, whether it is serving his country or his community. He is a wonderful husband and a great dad. Tony wants to put his experience as a military leader, farmer, and small-business owner to work for the people of west-central Wisconsin.

Tony has a 200-acre farm near Wonewoc, is currently serving on the state’s Organic Advisory Board, and was member of the Farm Service Agency State Committee. He understands the importance of agriculture to the region.

Tony Kurtz is a proven leader. He will help create good job opportunities, ensure quality local schools, and hold the line on taxes. Tony has earned my trust and confidence. I encourage you to vote for Tony Kurtz on Nov. 6.

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