Loudenbeck reaffirms commitment to 31st Assembly District

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Gazette staff
Thursday, May 8, 2014

CLINTON—State Rep. Amy Loudenbeck, R-Clinton, said she is committed to the 31st Assembly District in light of Sen. Neal Kedzie announcing this week he plans to retire from his 11th District Senate seat.

Loudenbeck released a statement late Wednesday regarding “her firm commitment to seek re-election for Wisconsin's 31st Assembly District," which includes eastern Rock and western Walworth counties.

“I am humbled by the words of encouragement and support that I have received over the past two days regarding my viability as a candidate for the open 11th District state Senate seat,” she said. “After thoughtful consideration, I feel that my constituents will be best served by my re-election to the 31st District in the Wisconsin State Assembly."

Rep. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, represents the 33rd Assembly District and announced Wednesday he will run to replace Kedzie.

Rep. Tyler August, R-Lake Geneva, is running for re-election to the 32nd Assembly District and has endorsed Nass for the Senate seat.

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