Mayor Shawn Reilly endorses Aaron Perry for Wisconsin Assembly District 97 seat.
Downtown Waukesha – A small and eloquent group of supporters of Aaron Perry gathered along the RiverWalk in downtown Waukesha this afternoon to hear Mayor Reilly’s endorsement for Perry’s bid for the 97th Assembly seat.
Perry chose the spot by the Fox river just below the Love Bridge in Riverfront Plaza, “because the Fox River flows through Waukesha County and through the 97th Assembly District. The Fox River connects us all. It winds through District 97, just like the history and values of residents who live, work and play in the City and Town of Waukesha, Mukwonago and Genesee. These values are found in our communities, our families, our schools and represented by our elected leaders we send to the state capitol in Madison. Leaders we expect to represent what matters locally to our lives and livelihoods.”
The sounds of churning rapids created a peaceful background as Aaron Perry passionately shared his position on several issues, including his objection to a regional tax on Waukesha residents for the Milwaukee Bucks arena.
Mayor Reilly confidently enforced Aaron by stating that he is best qualified for the position:
“I can tell you with the utmost confidence that Alderman Aaron Perry is the most qualified candidate to serve people in Assembly District 97.
Aaron Perry’s record, dedication, and work ethic as a Waukesha alderman clearly distinguishes him. He works in the trenches of local government daily. He’s completely focused on strengthening local control over decisions that affect our lives and livelihoods. These include voter ID, education, healthcare and taxes among other issues. Aaron Perry’s approach assures accountability in bringing to the state assembly a voice for local control.
Aaron Perry continuously communicates and connects with his constituents. He listens, he learns, and then he takes action. This is evident in his record of success in advancing issues that matter to people. He’s as committed to communicating and remaining connected to his constituents as I’ve ever seen in public service. He has earned the respect of his Common Council peers. This is evident from the endorsements he’s received from Aldermen Joe Pieper, Steve Johnson, Terry Thieme, Andy Reiland and Peter Bartels.
Aaron Perry is an intelligent, hard-working Waukesha Common Council member. Aaron Perry’s record of conservative leadership, experience, integrity and judgment demonstrates he is the most qualified to make local issues matter in Madison.” Mayor Reilly went on to encourage voters to support Aaron Perry’s candidacy and vote August 12th.
Watch for more from the Perry for Assembly website.
Photo courtesy of Abe Van Dyke at VDC News
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