Kulp announces reelection campaign for State Assembly
For Hub City Times
STRATFORD – State Representative Bob Kulp has announced his reelection campaign to the State Assembly.
“After consulting with my friends and neighbors, I received an overwhelming response in favor of continuing my service to the people of the 69th Assembly District,” Kulp said.
Representative Kulp is the current chair of the Assembly Labor Committee and chair of the Assembly Ways and Means Sub Committee on Corporate and Income Taxes. As a legislator, Kulp has been an advocate for rural health care, broadband expansion, education, and workforce development. His efforts in the 2017-2019 budget led to the partial repeal of the personal property tax.
For 33 years, Kulp has owned and operated a Stratford-based roof contracting business that operates throughout Wisconsin.
“There is a lot more to get accomplished, such as repealing the rest of the Personal Property Tax,” he said. “I will be chairing a study committee on dyslexia to study policy ideas to ensure that every child has an opportunity to succeed, even those who have dyslexia. There are plenty of solid policy goals left to be accomplished.
“We need to keep the jobs we have, create a climate where even more people can benefit with family-supporting careers, and foster an environment in Central Wisconsin where the next generation feels as comfortable raising a family as I have. I’m running because I want to ensure the average person keeps more of their money, and has even better opportunities than my generation has had.”
The 69th Assembly District includes portions of Wood, Marathon, and Clark counties.