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Keturi to represent us

Wren Keturi is the person we want representing us in Madison. She got into the race at the suggestion of friends who felt she’d be a voice for many, not a few. Before “signing up,” Wren talked with people in her neighborhood, sought information, and asked questions about representing us in the 67th Assembly District.

Wren has formed her campaign around the residents of the 67th Assembly District. Her number one strategy is knocking doors and listening to the concerns of residents. If she’s been at your door, you know that she wasn’t there to merely smile. She asked about you, your concerns, and your needs. If you asked a question, her answer was straightforward. She was open to conversation, even if the two of you didn’t agree.

Wren will work for all of us through reinvesting in our public schools, by fighting for policies that support family farms and rural communities, by working to restore protections for our natural resources, by prioritizing expanded access to affordable healthcare options, and by investing in our public utilities, roads, bridges, and broadband.

If you’ve heard Wren on her Facebook page or at a forum, you know her respect for our area and her desire to make the 67th District and Wisconsin a better place. You know she listens to the questions and the comments of those in the room. You know her responses come from both the heart and head and she speaks in a manner that connects rather than divides.

I trust Wren and believe she will represent all of us with wisdom in Madison. Learn more about her at

Sherry Jasper, Chippewa Falls

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