Rozar announces candidacy for 69th State Assembly
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD – Donna Rozar has announced her candidacy for the 69th Assembly District.
Rozar is the current Wood County Board vice chair and has been involved in central Wisconsin politics for more than 25 years. She works on the cardiac medical/surgical unit at Marshfield Medical Center and is on the faculty at the UWEC College of Nursing and Health Sciences – Marshfield site.
“First, let me thank Representative Kulp for his years of service to this District. His commitment over those years is appreciated, as is his dedication to the District over the remaining months of his term. The people of the 69th Assembly District have benefitted from his advocacy in Madison on their behalf. I wish him every success with future endeavors,” Rozar stated in a release.
“I have been an effective leader on the County Board and look forward to continuing to serve friends and neighbors in Marshfield as well as in Marathon and Clark Counties. I have learned how special our communities are over the years and am eager to work with community members across the District to be a voice for the issues that are important to them. Taking the values of our communities to Madison is one of the reasons for my candidacy.
“I look forward to meeting people across the 69th Assembly District and listening to their concerns.”
Current Representative Bob Kulp announced in January that he would not seek reelection. Kulp was first elected to the seat in 2013.