The primary election for Senate District 10 is Tuesday, Dec. 19. Adam Jarchow, assemblyman from District 28 since 2015, is running for the seat previously held by Senator Sheila Harsdorf.

Adam graduated from Clear Lake High School in 1997. Since age 12, he has been an avid hunter. Adam attended the University of South Florida earning a degree in finance, then attended the University of Florida, earning a law degree. Adam and Barbara, his wife of 15 years, live outside Balsam Lake with their twins, Megan and Bo.

As an attorney Adam has spent his career working for small businesses, farmers, community banks, and local communities. He is a volunteer at the Apple River Fire Department, and he serves on the board of the Polk County Economic Development Corporation.

Adam has delivered conservative results. In his first two terms in the Assembly, a dozen of Jarchow’s bills have been signed into law by Gov. Scott Walker that cover homeowners bill of rights, the right to hunt act, ATV/UTV reform, property rights protections, and modernizing business law. Gov. Walker in late November signed into law three bills authored by Adam whorecently received “The 2017 Property Taxpayers Champion Award”.

Adam has been endorsed by a number of current and former Republican state representatives from the 10th Senate District, including sitting Rep. Rob Stafsholt (R-New Richmond) and former Representatives Erik Severson (R-Osceola), Dean Knudson (R-Hudson), John Murtha (R-Baldwin), Andy Lamb (R-Menomonie) and Mark Pettis (R-Hertel). Adam is also endorsed by a number of local government leaders, including former St. Croix County Board Chair Daryl Standafer and former Polk County Board Chair, Bob Blake.

Adam wants to lower taxes and support smaller government. He did not like the spending increases in the recently passed state budget. Adam Jarchow has been a watchdog for taxpayers, gun owners, property owners and small business owners. His legislation aims to “get government out of the way.”

Please join me in voting for Adam Jarchow on Dec.19.

ELISE WALKER, Amery

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Dunn County News editor

Barbara Lyon is the editor of The Dunn County News in Menomonie, WI.

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