SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) - One of the four candidates running for Dan LeMahieu’s Assembly seat this fall is hoping his years in the grocery store business gets him elected.
Ralph Prescott of the Chilton area is touting this, his time as a Calumet County supervisor, and his work within the state Republican Party as key reasons to elect him for the 59th District Assembly seat.
Prescott, on Sheboygan’s Morning News Friday, said his first goal if elected would be to change the business climate in the state; focusing on cutting regulations and strenghen worker compensation to aid businesses with these situations.
Prescott faces Jesse Kremer, Terry Ramthun and Bill Savage in the August 12th primary. With no Democrat on the ballot, this primary winner may decide the overall winner for the seat come November 4th.