Duchow, Relentless Taxpayer Advocate, Earns Key Nods

Present & Past T-Delafield Board Members Endorse Duchow

99th Assembly District Needs a Taxpayer Advocate

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August 13, 2015                                                                    

(Town of Delafield, WI)  Republican candidate for the 99th Assembly District and current member of the Town Board of Delafield, Cindi Duchow, has earned the support of the majority of her current colleagues as well as past Town Board members in her bid to win the September 1st GOP nomination.

"Cindi Duchow has a proven record as a relentless advocate for taxpayers," said Larry Krause, Delafield Town Chairman. "Although it's well known that the Town has the lowest municipal tax rate in Waukesha County, Cindi continually challenges her board colleagues to do more for the Town and its residents, without raising taxes or fees.  I have no doubt that she would continue those efforts on behalf of every resident of the 99th district as a member of State Assembly."

Cindi Duchow has twice earned a seat on the Town Board of Delafield successfully campaigning and then running for reelection on her record as a committed taxpayer advocate.  While serving on the Board, Duchow has helped maintain the Town’s county-lowest tax rate, while improving fire and safety services and access to government through improved facilities. 

“Government, at all levels, has an unyielding obligation to protect the taxpayers.  I am the only candidate in the race to fill the open 99th Assembly seat that has proven record of driving government to deliver the highest value of for the lowest taxpayer investment,” said Duchow.  “I’m ready to challenge state government in the same way I’ve successfully challenged local government.”

Key current and past elected officials of the Town of Delafield, along with local leaders endorsing Duchow in the race to fill the open 99th Assembly District seat include:

Chairman Larry Krause (current)

Supv. Ed Kranik (current)

Supv. Ron Troy (current)

Supv. Paul Kanter (former)

Chief Paul Kozlowski

Supv. Clare Dundon (former)

“I’m grateful for the support of those that share my belief that taxpayers must come first at all level of government, and ask for the support of voters in the September 1st primary by making the same promise I made when first seeking elected office—it’s the taxpayer’s money, not governments, and my priority will always be to deliver the highest value government at the lowest cost to taxpayers,” said Duchow.