Rep. Scott Allen announced today that he will be seeking reelection to his second term.
“Today I am grateful for the love and support of so many friends. We, together, won a great victory Tuesday, August 12th. Your prayers and words of encouragement and help were instrumental in our success. I am also very grateful for a loving family that was with me every step of the way. Praise God.”
Scott Allen maintained a comfortable lead throughout the night in the 97th Assembly District race.
But his victory wasn’t official until just after midnight Wednesday morning, more than four hours after the polls closed.
With 2,003 votes or 34 percent of the vote, Allen separated himself from the pack to win the crowded six-person Republican primary.
Scott Allen has received more contributions from individuals than any other candidate, more contributions from individuals from Waukesha County, and, most importantly, more contributions from individuals from Waukesha, Genesee, and Mukwonago, the communities that make up the 97th Assembly District.
Most of us figured this out long ago. Clarke is to the right of most righties, but he has to run as a Democrat to win in Democratic-heavy Milwaukee County. But that hasn’t prevented Clarke’s partisan affiliation from becoming a major flash point in a heated Waukesha County GOP primary. Brandon Rosner — the front-runner to replace disgraced state Rep. Bill Kramer, a Waukesha Republican — is ripping one of his four GOP foes for featuring Clarke at a recent fundraiser.
(Waukesha, WI) – The Allen for Wisconsin Campaign submitted a thorough Campaign Finance Report to the Government Accountability Board on July 21. The Waukesha Freeman has reported the details of the reports of each candidate in the 97th Assembly District, and reported that Scott Allen has the lowest average contribution amount of all six candidates […]
I am thankful to Wisconsin Right to Life for the endorsement, and I am thankful that they recognize my values on these critical issues. When I am in the legislature, I will work hard to protect life.
As a former soldier, I know the importance that gun rights play in our country’s history and freedom. The Second Amendment exists for a reason, and when I am in the legislature, I will work to protect our freedoms, including that of the Second Amendment.
“I am proud to stand behind Scott Allen in his bid to be our representative. Knowing Scott as I do, I can tell you he will be a representative that we can be proud of. His education, his experience, and his knowledge of our community make him the best candidate for the 97th District,” Mayor Lombardi said.
The ruling by Judge Crabb regarding same sex marriage is disappointing. The incomplete nature of Judge Crabb’s ruling is either intentional or incompetent.
“Scott will bring a strong, experienced conservative voice and proven leadership to the State Assembly. The Assembly will benefit from Scott’s business background.” -Mary Lazich
Today, the Wisconsin REALTORS Association has endorsed Scott Allen for the 97th Assembly District.
“Scott Allen has experience in both the private sector and public sector, he has experience in city government and for the county on the CDBG board, and, most importantly, Scott Allen is focused on improving Wisconsin’s economy.” -Paul Decker
Years ago there were primarily two major attractions in downtown Waukesha: the library and Discount Liquor.
All media is invited to attend an announcement event on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 6:00 PM on the steps of The Rotunda located at 235 W. Broadway in Waukesha.