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Letter: Join us in voting for our daughter, Alanna Feddick

2:49 PM, Oct. 15, 2013  |  Comments
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EDITOR: As parents we cannot be more proud of our daughter Alanna Feddick when she decided to run for 69th Assembly District. Since Alanna was a young girl, she always was interested and excited about politics. As a teenager she served as a page in the Minnesota Caucuses in Duluth, Minn.

Since moving to Wisconsin in 1994, she continued her interest and was appointed then elected to serve as a member of the Marshfield City Council in 2004. Alanna is committed and wants to make a difference for Wisconsin and the residents of the 69th Assembly District.

On the Council, she always asks the tough questions and digs deep to get the answers. When she votes it is always with the question in mind: "How will this vote affect the residents?" She has stayed true to keeping taxes low and will do the same at the state level.

Alanna has the experience and right now that is what we need in Wisconsin. We need someone who has shown the last nine years she is not a rubber stamp and will find a solution to keep a budget balanced. We are alongside of her, supporting her and helping her, knowing that with her experience and values, she is the best person to serve the residents of the 69th Assembly District.

Please join us and vote Alanna Feddick on Oct. 22.

Michael and Judith Feddick,

Marshfield

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