Wisconsin Assembly District 45 Candidate Townhall Thursday, October 20th

October 7, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Rock County First, Inc.
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608-313-5025

Wisconsin Assembly District 45 Candidate Townhall Thursday, October 20th

Rock County, WI (October 7, 2022) – Rock County First (RCF) is a non-profit organization (501c4) in Rock  County, WI whose vision is to protect liberty and freedom in its local communities by empowering the  citizens of Rock County through education and greater government accountability. This event is brought  you by the Rock County First Political Fund, which is an Independent Expenditure Committee. 

The 2022 mid-term election is coming upon us quickly as absentee voting has begun, early voting starts  on October 25th and the general election is November 8th. To learn more about the election, where to  vote and who is on your ballot, go to myvote.wi.gov for more information. 

On this year’s ballot, Rock County voters will be voting for Wisconsin Legislative candidates running for  State Assembly and State Senate. There are a number of competitive races for these positions which  will impact your representation in Madison. In order to help educate and inform Rock County citizens  on the candidates and their positions, RCF is hosting an Assembly District 45 candidate townhall where  both candidates will be discussing their positions on education, crime, the economy, and more. 

RCF cordially invited candidates from the other Rock County related Legislative races but each candidate  has decided, for various reasons, to not participate in similar townhall events. Should this change, an  update will be provided.  

Please plan on joining us Thursday, October 20th. Here are the details. 

  • October 20th – 45th Assembly District candidate townhall 

o Confirmed participants: Clint Anderson (D) and Jeff Klett (R) 

o Time: 7:00 pm 

o Location: Banquet Room at 141 Roosevelt Ave., Beloit 

Please plan on joining us for this free townhall where you can both support your candidate, as well as learn more about their positions on matters which are important to you and your families.

You can also view the press release here.

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