Rep. Summerfield Statement on State of the State Address
Chippewa Valley lawmaker underscores significance of rural issues
Madison – Rep. Rob Summerfield (R-Bloomer) issued the following statement after Governor Evers’ State of the State address, which was given to the joint session of the Wisconsin State Legislature Wednesday night:
“I am looking forward to keeping Wisconsin on the positive trajectory it has been on for over the past eight years; with a strong economy, lower taxes, good schools, and quality healthcare.
With an emphasis placed on the issues facing rural Wisconsin tonight, I look forward to continuing to fight for solutions for the Chippewa Valley. I am proud of the accomplishments we have made over the past three years in the State Assembly, such as expanding access through telehealth services, rural broadband connectivity and investments in local road aid. I will continuing to find innovative ways to address the needs of our area.
I was happy to see two of my constituents, John and Julie Govin, recognized for their efforts to bring awareness to the issue of mental health and suicide prevention.
Knowing the issues of 67th Assembly District, I will thoroughly research all upcoming proposals and continue to be a strong voice for our area in Madison."
The 67th Assembly District includes portions of Dunn and Chippewa counties.