Felzkowski Seeking Re-Election for 35th Assembly District
Rep. Felzkowski Seeking Re-Election for 35th Assembly District
Irma – On Monday April 30, Mary Felzkowski (R-Irma) has announced she will seek re-election to the Wisconsin State Assembly.
Felzkowski was first elected to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 2012 as Mary Czaja. She was married in December of 2016 and is running under her married name, Mary Felzkowski. Mary is a lifelong resident of Lincoln County where she has raised her family and has owned and operated C.I.S. Insurance Group since 1988.
“These past six years have been incredibly productive, as we’ve witnessed the positive direction in which our state is moving. I’m proud to have played a role in that. We’ve come a long way, but we’re not done yet. I am honored to have had the chance to represent the people of northcentral Wisconsin, and I hope to continue to do so come this November.”
Felzkowski has led the charge in the Assembly on a variety of issues. For education, she has fought to increase aid for frugal, low-spending school districts such as Antigo, Merrill and Tomahawk. For health care, she has focused on preserving Senior Care and ensuring access to services in rural Wisconsin. On the issue of broadband, Mary has advocated for an innovative new technology to address the shortage of reliable internet connections. For veterans, Mary authored the Veterans Outreach and Recovery bill, which ensures rural veterans get the services they need. As a member of the Joint Committee on Finance, the state’s budget writing committee, she has had the opportunity to bring Northwoods values to Madison.
“We need to continue to fight for our most vulnerable populations including students, seniors, veterans, and those with disabilities. We need to continue to fight for economic development, while maintaining our natural resources. Most of all, we need to continue to fight for you, the hardworking people of the 35th Assembly District.”
The 35th Assembly District includes all of Lincoln and Langlade counties and parts of Oneida, Marathon and Shawano counties