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Jamie Wall Raises over $100,000 in First Week of Campaign PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Jamie Wall Press   
Thursday, 14 March 2024 10:56

jamie-wall-rally-2024Wide support for Green Bay small business owner in newly redrawn 30th State Senate District race.


GREEN BAY, WI – Jamie Wall is proud to announce raising over $100,000 in the first week of his campaign, as well as a second round of local and state endorsements.

Wall announced his run for State Senate last week alongside Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich, Senate Democratic Leader Dianne Hesselbein, and a number of community and business leaders.

jamie-wall“Folks are excited about my campaign and the opportunity that fair maps bring to Brown County,” said Wall.  “I’m running because we deserve a State Senator who will fight for regular people, whether that’s by helping working families get by, supporting our public schools, defending access to reproductive healthcare, or protecting our natural environment.  That message is resonating across the Green Bay area and the state as a whole.

In addition to prior endorsements, Wall announced the support of leaders from the Green Bay area and across Wisconsin including:

  • Former U.S. Representatives Steve Kagen, M.D., and Ron Kind

  • Local officials, including former Brown County Supervisors Erik Hoyer and Adam Warpinski, Green Bay Alder Craig Stevens, and President of the Green Bay Water Commission John C. Heugel

  • Senator Melissa Agard, Senator Brad Pfaff, and Senator Mark Spreitzer

  • Brown County Democratic activists Rachel Bartell, Marty Briggs, Dean DeBroux, Denise Gaumer Hutchison, Rich Langan, Lisa Noel, and Marjory Yuenger

  • Jeopardy! champion and Green Bay resident Ben Chan

Wall, a long-time resident of Green Bay, is active in the community, serving in leadership roles on the Green Bay Water Commission and his local neighborhood association.  He brings real-world experience helping Wisconsin businesses solve problems and create jobs.

The new 30th Senate District consists of the City of De Pere, almost all of the City of Green Bay, the Villages of Allouez, Ashwaubenon, and Bellevue, and parts of the Townships of Ledgeview and Rockland.

 
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