Friday, July 20, 2012

Who's Running for State Office in Wisconsin 2012: 69th Assembly District

No August 14 primary here, but this news release spurred me to add it to the series today.


While we're at it, let's take a look at the 69th Assembly District.


Public libraries in the 69th Assembly District


Biography.    Born Medford, September 28, 1968. Graduate Abbotsford H.S.; B.A. UW-Eau Claire 1991. 

Former legislative aide. Member of Wis. Air National Guard, 2003-2010; veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. 

Member: Abbotsford Sportsman Club; Loyal Sportsman’s Club; NRA (lifetime mbr.); NRA-ILA; Natl. Assn. of Sportsmen Legislators; Lublin Amer. Legion-Sons of the Amer. Legion; Wis. Farm Bureau; ALEC Public Safety and Elections Task Force (chm. 2011); ALEC Criminal Justice Task Force, which was renamed the Public Safety and Elections Task Force in 2009 (chm. 2002-04); ALEC Homeland Security Task Force (since 2004); NWTF; Abbotsford Lions Club.  

Abbotsford City Coun. 1996-2001. 

Elected to Assembly since 1998. Majority Leader 2011; Minority Caucus Chairperson 2009.  

No primary opponent, ran unopposed in general election in 2010.



About  [with bold added].  Paul Knoff is a familiar face and an even more familiar voice to the people of Central Wisconsin. 

As the news director at Central Wisconsin Broadcasting in Neillsville, Paul covered local, regional, state, national and international news for 17 years. He also reported for the Wisconsin Radio Network and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 

Telling the stories of the people of Clark, Wood and Marathon counties was a dream job for the Granton-native, who has lived in the area his entire life. 

In school, Paul spent his time learning about community service in the Granton FFA. He learned about hard work shearing Christmas trees at Lindsey Trees. He learned about teamwork by participating in athletics. 

Paul and his wife, Michelle, married in 1999. They lived in the City of Neillsville for seven years before moving back to rural Granton in 2006. 

While in Neillsville, the couple purchased and remodeled a downtown commercial property, owning and leasing it for several years. 

He was elected to the Granton School Board in 2009. He is also an active participant in the Clark County School Board Forum, which is striving to find innovative and more efficient ways to guarantee our rural students get a great public education for years to come. 

Paul is an active member of the community, serving on numerous committees, hosting area events, volunteering and coaching Little League baseball.   

Paul and Michelle have two children, Andrew, 6, and Collin, 3.



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1 comment:

Kristine said...

You missed one of the libraries in the 69th District. The Marshfield Public Library is in the 69th by about five blocks.