Rebecca Kleefisch Endorses Rob Stafsholt for 10th Senate District
Former Lt. Governor highlights Stafsholt’s record of delivering for Northwest Wisconsin
[New Richmond, Wis.] Today, former Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch announced her endorsement of State Representative Rob Stafsholt in his campaign for Wisconsin’s 10th Senate District. Kleefisch cited Stafsholt’s strong conservative record of delivering results.
“Rob Stafsholt is a wonderful conservative leader and a fierce advocate for Northwest Wisconsin,” said Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. “Rob proudly stood with Scott Walker and me as we advanced conservative reforms that have benefited our state. I’ve personally spent time with Rob in his district and know how hard he works on behalf of his constituents. He will continue to lead efforts that protect our property rights, personal liberties, and sporting rights against government overreach.”
“Rebecca Kleefisch is a leader in the conservative movement who I respect and admire a great deal, and I am honored that she’s supporting our campaign,” said Rob Stafsholt. “I was proud to stand with Rebecca on behalf of Northwest Wisconsin as we worked to protect our constitutional liberties and create an environment that enables our small business owners to succeed. In the Senate, I will continue to advance these causes and deliver for our region.”
Rob Stafsholt is a businessman and 4th generation farmer. In addition to helping manage his family’s farm for over 25 years, Rob’s business experience includes previously running his family’s food processing company and recently starting and operating a waste disposal company. A lifelong resident of St. Croix County, Rob was elected to the State Assembly in 2016 and has been a champion for Northwest Wisconsin. He has a proud conservative record on issues such as economic development, property rights, and sporting rights.
The 10th State Senate District consists of parts of Burnett, Dunn, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties. Learn more about Rob’s campaign at Stafsholt4Senate.com.