ELEVA, Wis. (RELEASE FROM WARREN PETRYK)-- Today, Representative Warren Petryk (R-Eleva) announced that he will again seek to be re-elected for a third term to the 93rd Assembly District.
“It is my distinct honor and privilege to be serving the people of the 93rd Assembly District since first elected in 2010,” said Petryk. “I am humbled that I have received the voters’ support in the past and am again seeking their support to continue my work on behalf of the taxpayers.”
Since Petryk was first elected, he has worked diligently to put Wisconsin’s fiscal house in order. He supported legislation which eliminated the state’s multi-billion dollar deficit and gained a $912 million surplus. He also voted for historic tax cuts which return the majority of that surplus to the taxpayers who have overpaid taxes to the state. Furthermore, Petryk voted for workforce development legislation helping to train a skilled workforce and put the citizens of Wisconsin to work.
“My pledge is to continue making responsible, common-sense choices in Madison that help all of you back home support your family and keep more of your money in your pocketbook,” stated Petryk. “I will continue my work with other members of the Legislature, on both sides of the aisle, to keep Wisconsin moving forward.”
Petryk is: a life-long resident of Western Wisconsin and has lived in the Town of Pleasant Valley for three decades; a highest honors graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire; a business owner and professional entertainer with “The Memories” the past 42 years; an Eagle Scout; a former employee of United Cerebral Palsy of West Central Wisconsin. Petryk is a member of: the Cleghorn Lions Club; the Eau Claire, Menomonie, Ellsworth and Prescott Chambers of Commerce; the Ellsworth, Eau Claire, and Eau Galle-Rush River Sportsmen Clubs; the Wisconsin Farm Bureau; the NRA; the Board of Directors for the Chippewa Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
This session, Petryk is the Chair of the Assembly Committee on Veterans, passing pro-veteran legislation which shows our State support for their selfless service. Petryk is a member of the Assembly Committees on: Workforce Development; Jobs, Economy, and Mining; Natural Resources and Sporting Heritage. He is also a member of the Speaker’s Rural Schools Taskforce, the Governor’s Council on Workforce Innovation, and the Wisconsin Council on Military and State Relations.