Racine Mayor John Dickert Endorses John Hermes for State Assembly
John Hermes was first elected to the Greendale Village Board in 1998 and is currently serving his third term as village president.
Racine Mayor John Dickert has formally endorsed John Hermes to represent the 82nd Assembly District in the special election being held on Tuesday, December 17th. Dickert, serving as the chief executive of Wisconsin’s fifth-largest municipality, becomes another local leader who is encouraging voters to support John Hermes.
Dickert stated, “John Hermes has proven himself to be an effective leader who has always focused on the local interests of the region. His accomplishments in economic development and job creation show his ability to actually get things done by working with everyone, Republicans and Democrats alike.”
He added, “John will always do what’s right for the taxpayers and stand up for the people of the 82nd District.”
John Hermes was first elected to the Greendale Village Board in 1998 and is currently serving his third term as village president. He is running in the special election on December 17th to represent the 82nd Assembly District.
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