Rick (Rick) Gundrum (R-58)

State Representative Rick Gundrum

Rick (Rick) Gundrum (R-58)
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Capitol: 608.264.8486
FAX: 608.282.3658
District: 262.644.1998
Representative
Room 312 North State Capitol 2 East Main Street
Madison, WI 53702
301 Winter Lane
Slinger, WI 53086
Residence:Slinger, WI

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Bio

MEET RICK GUNDRUM A TRUE CONSERVATIVE Advocating For Common Sense Legislation That Protects Our Valued Principles It is an honor serving as a representative in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Washington County and Assembly District 58 is a great place to live, work, and play. My wife Lois and I have called Slinger our home since 1992 and my family's roots in Washington County date back five generations to 1845. Those roots are embedded deep into the fabric of this community. I am a graduate of St. Kilian Catholic Grade School and Hartford Union High School. I attended UW-Washington County and graduated from UW-Oshkosh with a bachelor's degree in radio, t.v., film. After working in the radio broadcasting industry I formed my own audio video production business McKay Enterprises LLC in 2000. I have experience at many levels of government representing Slinger for twelve years as a Washington County Board Supervisor. While on the Washington County Board I served as- County Board Chair. Executive Committee 1st Vice Chair. Chair - Board of Health. Chair - Aging & Disability Resource Center. Chair - Eastern Wisconsin Counties Railroad Consortium. ​I have been serving as a Trustee on the Slinger Village Board since April 2009. As a representative of the 58th District, I currently serve on the following Assembly committees- Chair of Aging and Longterm Care. Vice-Chair Local Government. Workforce Development. Insurance. Children and Families. Labor and Integrated Employment. Substance Abuse and Prevention. I will continue to work for you as I have at the county and local levels. Make the right choice and re-elect me, Rick Gundrum, to the 58th Assembly District.

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2018    Next Election: 2022
Counties Representing
Washington