Rob Hutton

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Rob Hutton
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Candidate for
Wisconsin State Assembly District 13
PartyRepublican
Education
High schoolBrookfield East High School
Bachelor'sUniversity of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Personal
ProfessionPresident and CEO of Rock Transfer & Storage, Inc.
ReligionChristian
Websites
Personal website
Campaign website
CandidateVerification
Rob Hutton is a 2012 Republican candidate for District 13 of the Wisconsin State Assembly.

Issues

2012

Campaign themes

Hutton cites economic growth, tax reduction, pro-life laws, education and second amendment rights among his top legislative priorities. He expands on some of these themes on his official campaign website:[1]

  • Economy and jobs

Excerpt: "As your State Representative I will utilize my private sector experience to push for economic reforms that will free up the private sector. We must minimize our tax and regulation climate in order to encourage financial investments in Wisconsin's economy. A healthy economy means healthy communities. That is why we need to keep “Wisconsin Open for Business."

  • Taxes

Excerpt: "I pledge to stand with the taxpayers and reject any tax increases. We need to make Wisconsin a tax friendly state for our businesses, young families, and seniors."

  • Abortion

Excerpt: "I am 100% pro-life and believe that human life begins at conception. I will promote legislation that protects life and supports the elimination of any state or federal funding that contributes to the harm of our society's most vulnerable citizens."

  • Education

Excerpt: "As a father of four school aged children, quality education is a personal concern for our family. As your State Representative I will support policies that will increase academic achievement and accountability in our educational institutions. These policies can be achieved by restoring and strengthening local parental control over the schools, boards, and administration. The expansion of educational options, such as school choice and voucher programs, is critical to our children's success academically and professionally. Also, the demands of a modern workforce requires a focus on skilled workers for Wisconsin Manufacturers."

  • Second Amendment

Excerpt: "I will fight to protect the rights of law abiding citizens to bear arms as outlined in the U.S. Constitution. We need to enforce current laws to ensure firearms stay out of the hands of violent offenders."

Endorsements

As listed on his official campaign website, Hutton has received endorsements from the following organizations and individuals in 2012:[2]

  • Senator Ted Kanavas
  • State Representative Dale Kooyenga
  • Wisconsin Right to Life PAC
  • Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund PAC
  • Wisconsin Family Action PAC
  • Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors PAC
  • Wisconsin Realtors Association
  • Elm Grove Village President Neil Palmer
  • Past Elm Grove Village President Susan Freedy
  • Past Elm Grove Village President Jim Nortman
  • Past Wauwatosa Mayor Jill Didier
  • Waukesha County Sheriff Dan Trawicki
  • Waukesha County District Attorney Brad Schimel
  • Waukesha County Supervisor Jim Heinrich
  • Kyle Prast, Brookfield NOW, Practically Speaking
  • Ginny Marschman, GOP Activist at the Republican Party of Wisconsin
  • Pastor Joe Medina
  • Elm Grove Village Trustees: Patty Kujawa, John Meser, Tom Michalski, Jack Nelson
  • City of Brookfield Aldermen: Jerry Mellone, Lisa Mellone, Gary Mahkorn, Renee Lowerr
  • Business Leaders:Dick & Carol Bayerlein, Jim & Betty Hunter, Nonie Johnson, Buz & Dolores Lorenz, Art Van Zanten, Linda Grunau, Chuck & Sandi Long, Judy Thompson, Jim Foley, Bob Dennick, Jason Kahout, Mark & Pat Knutson, Casey & Lori O'Gorman, Steve & Beth Ann Hartung, Stephen & Louise Dickson, Tim & Julie Wallen
  • Judith Hyde Krieger

Elections

2012

See also: Wisconsin State Assembly elections, 2012

Hutton is running in the 2012 election for Wisconsin State Assembly District 13. He is running against Nate Ristow and Thomas Schellinger in the Republican primary on August 14, 2012. John Porkrandt is running unopposed in the Democratic primary. The general election takes place on November 6, 2012.[3]

Personal

Hutton currently resides in Brookfield with his wife, Patti, and their four children: Ryan, David Sarah, and Steven.

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