Letter to the editor: Vote Tony Kurtz for Assembly on Nov. 3

By DOUG ROGALLA | Kendall

Tony is a wonderful husband and father, a veteran, a farmer and has been a strong voice for the people of the 50th Assembly District. He is a tireless worker and very approachable. Tony is down to earth and he actually listens to his constituents. 

Rep. Tony Kurtz seems to have boundless energy. Tony is on five Assembly committees, including Agriculture, Corrections, Environment, Rural Development, Veterans and Military Affairs and is vice chair for the Health Committee. He was also assigned to the Speaker’s Task Forces on Suicide Prevention and on Water Quality.  He has authored or co-authored more than 100 pieces of legislation during this current session. Tony works so very hard for the people he serves.

Tony is a resolute advocate for quality education for our kids. He supports good roads and strong infrastructure in our communities. He works hard to ensure all citizens have access to affordable healthcare. He cares about the environment as all farmers do. As a 20-plus year veteran, Tony has a special understanding of the needs of veterans’ physical and mental health challenges. 

Tony Kurtz is uniquely qualified to be our Assemblyman.  Tony salutes our flag and has the BACKs of our exceptional law enforcement officers who have the extremely difficult challenge of keeping our communities safe. Tony represents rural Wisconsin values. Remember to VOTE on Tuesday, Nov. 3, and when you do, vote for Tony Kurtz for Assembly.

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