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Amy Loudenbeck Not to Seek Re-election

According to a press release from Amy Loudenbeck, who represents Wisconsin's 31st Assembly District, she will not run for re-election and seek a seventh term in the state assembly. Over the last 11 years, she has worked to sign bills into law that cover issues such as human trafficking, homelessness, agriculture, water quality, and economic development. Loudenbeck was first elected in 2012 and has also served on the Joint Finance Committee as vice co-chair since 2018, and she is the current Chair of the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board and Co-Chair of the Joint Information Policy and Technology Committee. She chaired the Assembly Committee on Workforce Development during her second term and has been a member of 11 other Assembly committees.

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