Senate Candidate Jacque Announces New Endorsements

1st State Senate District candidate and current 2nd State Assembly District Representative André Jacque (R-De Pere) announced additional endorsements for his campaign from Republican Door County Sheriff Steve Delarwelle and Door County Board Law Enforcement Committee Chairman Jon Koch (also the former Gardner Town Board Chair), and Republican Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski. Rep. Jacque previously announced the endorsement of longtime Door County Chief Deputy Sheriff and former 1st Assembly District Rep. Garey Bies and former 1st District Senator Alan Lasee (who serves as treasurer for the Jacque campaign). Jacque has now received endorsements from five current and two former county sheriffs from across the 1st Senate District, including Brown County Sheriff John Gossage and former Brown County Sheriffs Tom Hinz and Mike Donart, Calumet County Sheriff Mark Ott and Outagamie County Sheriff Brad Gehring. Jacque also announced endorsements from several Kewaunee County town officials, including Town of Carlton Chairman Dave Hardtke, Town of Carlton Supervisor Steve Tadisch, Town of Casco Chairman (and Kewaunee County Supervisor) Joseph Lukes, Town of Casco Supervisor Perry Pavlat, Town of Luxemburg Chairman David Barrett, Town of Luxemburg Supervisor Leonard Wachal, Town of Luxemburg Clerk Marilyn Barrett, Town of Luxemburg Treasurer Gerald Zellner, Town of Red River Chairman Mike Sampo, and Town of Red River Supervisor Chuck Kinnard. “I am honored to have earned the enthusiastic support of these outstanding local leaders,” said Jacque.

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