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Rep. Moses begins first term in office

MADISON – Clint Moses has officially begun his two-year term in the Wisconsin State Assembly. Rep. Moses (R-Menomonie) took the oath of office at a ceremony in the Assembly chambers Monday afternoon.

“My constituents are my top priority,” said Rep. Moses. “I am excited to work for the 29th district ensuring they have a voice in state government. I take that responsibility seriously.”

During the new session of the Legislature, Rep. Moses plans to focus on helping small businesses get back on their feet, getting people back to work safely and prioritzing education and health care.

Rep. Moses is one of 60 Assembly Republicans in the 2021-2022 legislative session. He was appointed vice-chair of the Aseembly Committee on Rural Development. He will also be serving on the Comittees on Agriculture, Colleges and Universities, Health, and Forestry, Parks and Outdoor Recreation.

“It is an honor to represent my district in Madison. I look forward to hearing from my constituents and using my experience owning a business to effectively lead on a number of key issues in the district and our state,” said Rep. Moses.

The representative’s office is located at 16 West in the Wisconsin State Capitol. He can be reached at (608) 266-7683 or by e-mail at Constituents are encouraged to follow Rep. Moses on Facebook.

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