About Tim – “A true champion of communication and getting the work of the People done, Tim will bring civility back to governance.”

Wisconsin faces continued challenges. Government remains too big and too intrusive in everyone’s daily lives. Whether it’s government telling you how your children should be educated, what health insurance you must buy, or how business is layered in regulation and bureaucracy, the people have had enough and demand better! Now, more than ever, this is the time for Tim to take his life skills and values to the Wisconsin Assembly. He’s a conservative who believes having someone with private sector experience, working to rebuild our economy and restoring fiscal discipline in government, is mission critical. Please consider casting your ballot for the one who WILL make the desired difference as your representative of the 59th District, Tim Ramthun!

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Values


Proven Core Competencies


Extensive Private Sector Experience


In-Depth Public Sector Experience


Tim’s Conservative Stance

 

Value Centered / Value Driven Attributes

  • Accountable
  • Passionate
  • Focused
  • Trustworthy
  • Dependable
  • Decisive
  • Strategic
  • Resourceful
  • Ethical Christian
  • Approachable

Experience – Private and Public Service

Led multiple fortune 100/500 businesses in various industries 32-years plus:

  • Enhanced Business Effectiveness
  • Job Creation from Quality Business Improvements
  • Stimulated Economic Business Growth
  • Increased Corporate Efficiencies
  • Served as School Board of Education member, President two consecutive years

Priority Issues

Supports:
  1. Job creation / economic growth
  2. Tax reduction and elimination of WI State Income Withholding
  3. Improving Public Education, State subsidy reform and Local Control
  4. Wisconsin’s Iron Mining Industry
  5. Voter ID
  6. Review of entitlement programs / eligibility standards (drug testing)
Opposes:
  1. Federal Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Education program
  2. Federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health Program
  3. Minimum wage increase