Rep. Loudenbeck Asks for Budget Feedback

Survey available to hear directly from constituents

Madison – Today, Rep. Amy Loudenbeck (R-Clinton) launched a new survey on her legislative website. The survey is targeted at gathering feedback about the 2017-2019 biennial budget and other current issues being discussed in the Wisconsin legislature.

“I sincerely value the thoughts and opinions of my constituents and others around the state regarding the proposed state budget. I encourage people to complete the survey as it will help inform my decisions on how to modify and improve the budget proposal,” said Rep. Loudenbeck.

During the month of April, the Joint Finance Committee will be holding six Public Hearings on the budget across the state. The committee will then begin Executive Sessions in May. This is when the committee votes to approve, modify, or deny the numerous budget proposals. Rep. Loudenbeck will also be holding two listening sessions in her district, one in Walworth County and one in Rock County. Information can be found here: http://legis.wisconsin.gov/assembly/31/loudenbeck/news/press-releases/rep-loudenbeck-announces-budget-listening-sessions/

The survey will be mailed to a random sample of voting households in the 31st Assembly District. The survey is also available on Rep. Loudenbeck’s website: http://legis.wisconsin.gov/assembly/31/loudenbeck/spring-survey-2017/