Callahan announces campaign for re-election to State Assembly

Calvin Callahan.


Republican incumbent Calvin Callahan has announced he will run for re-election to the Wisconsin State Assembly to represent the 35th Assembly District which includes all of Lincoln County and Langlade County, and parts of Marathon, Shawano, Oneida, and Oconto counties.
As of this printing, no other Republican candidates have registered to run against Callahan in the Aug. 13, 2024, Primary Election; however, there is still more than a month for candidates to register. The filing deadline for candidates is June 3, 2024.
The General Election for the Wisconsin State Assembly is on Nov. 5, 2024.
During the 2023-2024 term, Callahan was Chairman of the Consumer Protection Committee and Vice Chairman of both the Forestry, Parks, and Outdoor Recreation Committee and the Insurance Committee. He also served on the Corrections Committee, the Labor and Integrated Employment Committee, the Sporting Heritage Committee, the State Affairs Committee, and the Ways and Means Committee.
“Calvin came to you three years ago with a vision that there should be no reason why your kids, grandkids, and great-grandchildren can’t raise their families here at home in northern Wisconsin,” a release from Callahan’s campaign said.
According to his release, during the last Assembly session, Callahan said he was proud to a part-of, have co-authored, and have voted for a historic $4.4 billion cut for Wisconsin residents and tax-free retirement income; repealing the personal property tax; pushing for implementing a wolf population goal in preparation for future hunts; a ban on “gender-mulilating surgeries for minors; a ban on men competing in women’s sports; securing $90 million+ in childcare funding; and increases in shared revenue for local governments.
“Calvin will continue to demand fiscal responsibility and fight for our vision, cut taxes, stand up for our sporting heritage, fight for our fair share of funding, and fight for our Northwoods values,” the release said.

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