Neil Kline, of New Richmond, invites you to join him as he announces his candidacy for the 29th Assembly District on Monday, January 20th, 2020.
Neil is excited by the opportunity to run to represent the 29th Assembly District. He is deeply committed to public service, and is ready to work to make a difference in the communities and state he cares about.
Neil’s family moved from Somerset to Milltown in 2005. Neil graduated from Unity High School in Balsam Lake in 2014. During his senior year, he took courses at UW-Stout. Neil then attended UW-Madison, graduating in 2018. While there, Neil had the opportunity to work for the university and in state government, including for former State Senator Sheila Harsdorf while she served both in the State Senate and as Secretary of the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP). While at DATCP, Neil supported the Wisconsin Dairy Task Force 2.0
Neil was raised in a family that values community involvement, self-improvement, listening with an open mind, and demonstrating respect for others. These characteristics were solidified during his time working for Sheila, and will be core values of his campaign.
From Neil —
“Working on issues that will enhance and secure the economic future of rural Wisconsin are at the forefront of this campaign. This focus is guided by my faith in self-made, hard-working people.”
“Should I be given the opportunity to serve, I will fight every day for the people of the 29th Assembly District and western Wisconsin. I am very excited to start this campaign.”
Visit neilklineforassembly.com to learn more.
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