July 12, 2010
Knodl to Run for Assembly
Fights for Job Creation and Smaller Government
GERMANTOWN, WI - Today, State Representative Dan Knodl announced his bid for re-election in the 24th Assembly District. Knodl’s campaign will emphasize job creation, smaller government, and a balanced state budget.
“As a small business owners and lifelong resident of the 24th Assembly District, I know what it truly means to take risks and to stand up for what is right,” said Knodl. “We need to give entrepreneurs the tools necessary to get our economy back on track”. Knodl fought against Governor Doyle’s agenda which raised taxes by $5 billion and increased spending during the last session.
“I am proud to say that I have stood up to fight for taxpayers at home and throughout Wisconsin,” said Knodl. “I fought against Madison liberals and insiders who believe that growing government was the best way to get us out of this recession.” Representative Knodl introduced numerous pieces of legislation designed to get Wisconsin working again, reduce the size of government and increase local control. Unfortunately, Democrats who control all of Wisconsin government ignored these common sense reforms.
Knodl has spent the past few months going door-to-door meeting with residents and businesses to hear first hand about what people are thinking. “I continually hear from people that we cannot continue to grow government and spend money we don’t have to get out of this recession, and I completely agree. We need to get government back to the basics so our economy can get back on track,” concluded Knodl.
The 24th Assembly District includes the communities of Richfield, Germantown, Menomonee Falls and Butler. The general election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 2nd. For more information about Representative Knodl’s campaign, visit his website at www.danknodl.com or follow his campaign on Facebook.