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Bill Kramer to seek reelection to State Assembly
Lifelong Waukeshan, taxpayer advocate seeks to continue work on behalf of Waukesha, job creators
Waukesha, WI – Today, lifelong Waukesha resident Bill Kramer announced his intention to seek reelection to the Wisconsin State Assembly in the fall of 2012.
Kramer, a Certified Financial Planner © and Duke University School of Law graduate, was first elected to the State Assembly in 2006. He is Owner and President of Kramer Financial Management, a financial services firm specializing in helping families and seniors with their long-term financial planning needs.
In the Assembly, Kramer has led efforts to reform the state's Department of Financial Institutions as Chairman of the Financial Institutions Committee and to create a more accountable, transparent government. Additionally, he has led efforts at wholesale state budgeting reform that includes a state spending website and bureaucracy accountability measures.
On his reelection effort, Bill Kramer remarked:
"I have always been honored to enjoy the support of so many residents of Waukesha County. This is a community I grew up in, went to school in, and have lived in nearly all my life. There is no better place in Wisconsin to live in, raise a family in and in which to start a business."
"This is a very difficult economy for too many families and small businesses in our community. This past legislative Session saw historic reforms that prioritized taxpayers and job creators while putting into place measures that will grow an economy that works for everyone.
"My efforts have been, and will continue to be, focused on job creation and reining in government spending. Difficult choices continue to lay ahead for state government, and I will remain committed to protecting our communities' taxpayers, families, and small businesses."