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Candidates and Issues WS Assembly District 31 Amy Loudenbeck

Amy Loudenbeck - R

Remarks: Hello, I'm state representative Amy Loudenbeck, Republican for Wisconsin's 31st Assembly District. Thanks to WKOW for increasing voter knowledge.

I've spent the last 22 months advocating for the people and the future of our state and our district. 

Wisconsin led the nation, erasing a $3.6 billion debt and balancing a budget with no tax increases.

I supported bills to protect your rights such as Voter photo ID and Concealed Carry. I also authored and supported bills to help small businesses and promote economic development.

I helped lay a solid foundation for the work ahead.  Initiatives related to venture capital, mining, and worker training are still needed. I have been studying these issues closely and will work to craft good public policy to keep moving our state forward.

I respectfully ask for you to support me, Amy Loudenbeck, on Tuesday November 6th.  Together we will build a brighter future for the next generation.

 

Bio: Representative Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton) grew up in suburban Detroit and suburban Chicago, and moved to Wisconsin in 1987 at the age of 17 to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Amy graduated from UW-Madison in 1991 with two undergraduate degrees: Political Science and International Relations. After graduation she stayed in Madison and worked on the Capitol Square until 1995.

In 1996 Amy moved to Lake Geneva and managed environmental and engineering projects in Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. She joined the Town of Linn Fire Department in 1997 where she met her husband Matt Loudenbeck.

Amy and Matt were married at the Black Point Estate on Geneva Lake in 1999. Matt and Amy maintain strong ties to Walworth County and the Loudenbeck Farm near Zenda which has been in operation for four generations. Matt and Amy moved to Clinton in 2002.

Amy started working at the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce in January of 2003 as Executive Director of the Business Materials Exchange of Wisconsin. She was promoted to Government Relations Director in 2005, Vice President in 2007 and Interim President in 2009.

In April of 2010, Amy was elected to the Clinton Town Board of Supervisors. She was appointed as the Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Committee in 2011.

Amy was elected to the position of State Representative for the 45th Assembly District in November of 2010 and currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the Assembly Committee on Tourism, Recreation, and State Properties. Additionally, she is a member of the Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economy, and Small Business and the Assembly Committee on Public Health and Public Safety.

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