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Gruszynski Will Run for Green Bay’s 90th Assembly District Seat PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Staush For Assembly   
Thursday, 15 March 2018 09:04

staush-gruszynskiBrown County Supervisor Staush Gruszynski announces run as a Democrat in seat to be vacated by Eric Genrich.


GREEN BAY - “After much consideration, and the urging and support of friends and family, I am proud to announce my candidacy for Wisconsin State Assembly in the 90th District. I will continue my work to advocate for the citizens of Green Bay in the state capital.”

As a county supervisor and in his professional career, Gruszynski has been a strong proponent for public institutions, rebuilding our state’s infrastructure, and protecting Wisconsin’s natural resources.

“We need to set a new course in Wisconsin that prioritizes our economy, rebuilds our local infrastructure, and supports our schools, while not giving billions of our tax dollars to foreign corporations.”

Gruszynski is currently finishing his second term on the Brown County Board of Supervisors. “It has been my honor to serve the residents of District 5 on Green Bay’s Eastside for the past four years and I’ve been humbled to be able to call myself your supervisor. I will continue the same shared community vision in Madison of supporting local projects and partnerships that raise the quality of life for Brown County residents while decreasing overall debt. This campaign will be about our shared priorities.”

Gruszynski was born in Green Bay and resides on the Eastside with his wife Colleen and daughter Margaret. He is employed as the state political director with Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters, an organization dedicated to promoting strong and effective conservation policies in Wisconsin.

“As an avid sportsmen and conservationist, I will fight to change the current direction in Madison of environmental roll backs and loss of local control. We must protect the public health of our citizens and bolster Wisconsin’s growing tourism industry.”

Involved in many civic organizations and causes, Gruszynski is the President of Green Bay Trout Unlimited, served as a delegate and chair for Brown County to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress for the past six years, and is the former President of the UW Oshkosh Political Science Alumni organization.

Local organizations have recognized the contributions of Gruszynski to the Green Bay community. J.O.S.H.U.A., a coalition of faith based social justice organizations, and the Brown County Izaak Walton League, an organization dedicated to sustainability of our natural resources, both have awarded him for public service in Northeast Wisconsin.

 
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