Mary Lazich
Press Release

Not Seeking Re-election

During the remainder of my term I will continue to assist constituents and work with colleagues to keep Wisconsin moving forward.

By - Mar 21st, 2016 03:53 pm

Today I am announcing that I am not seeking re-election. It has been an immense honor and pleasure to serve the people of Senate District 28.  During recent years Governor Walker and  the Republican led Legislature guided the state through turbulent times. While the work was hard, the reward is great. Wisconsin is much more fiscally secure and many government shackles have been opened. Wisconsin residents and business are much better situated to pursue life with less government intrusion and with freedom to live, educate, and work with greater independence.

Thank you to my husband, Glenn, my family, friends, and constituents, for prayers, love, and support during many campaigns and my time serving public office. Thank you to my dedicated staff for working through the turbulent times. Thank you to my colleagues for electing me to serve as Senate President. It was a pleasure working with each Senator. Thank you to the great members of the Wisconsin State Assembly. Together we worked hard to serve the people of Wisconsin.

During the remainder of my term I will continue to assist constituents and work with colleagues to keep Wisconsin moving forward.

Sincerely,

Senator Mary Lazich

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4 thoughts on “Not Seeking Re-election”

  1. Dave says:

    Drop dead, Mary.

  2. WashCoRepub says:

    Thank you, Senator Lazich, for your tireless leadership in service of your constituents. Best of luck to you in whatever direction life takes you, as you will be missed.

  3. Vincent Hanna says:

    Good riddance to her and her outdated and narrow-minded ways. We need less people like her in office.

  4. Edward Susterich says:

    An opportunity for Kevin Fischer….

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