Wisconsin State Journal: "Amy Loudenbeck of Clinton has shown promise in her first term. Her strong background in local government, regulatory compliance and business management have made her a valuable member of the Jobs, Economy and Small Business Committee. Loudenbeck wisely opposed fellow Republicans in their push to rollback safeguards for clean lakes." Wisconsin State Journal Editorial, October 14, 2012.
Wisconsin Restaurant Association: “The Wisconsin Restaurant Association enthusiastically endorses Representative Amy Loudenbeck in the 31st Assembly District. During her first term, she has been a strong advocate for small business operators and voted with WRA on many key issues. Let’s keep her in Madison working for us.
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Dairy Business Association: “These candidates have shown their support for Wisconsin’s dairy industry, which is responsible for employing over 146,000 Wisconsin residents and creates over $26.5 billion in economic activity each year. The dairy industry has proven to be a strong backbone to Wisconsin’s economy. These candidates have shown a strong understanding of the importance of dairy in Wisconsin. We are so fortunate to have such high quality candidates willing to run for public office.”Laurie Fischer, DBA Executive Director
Wisconsin Right to Life: Amy Loudenbeck is pro-life earning her the endorsement of Wisconsin Right to Life. Wisconsin Right to Life believes that each human life is inherently valuable from fertilization to natural death. Their mission is: "To make euthanasia, infanticide, abortion and destruction of human embryos socially, ethically and legally unacceptable solutions to human problems and to promote alternatives to each of these acts."
National Rifle Association: “On behalf of NRA members in Wisconsin Assembly District 31, I am pleased to announce your NRA-PVF “A” rating and endorsement for the 2012 Wisconsin General Election. This endorsement is a reflection of your support on Second Amendment issues and your responses to NRA-PVF’s candidate questionnaire.”
Brent Wm. Gardner, Wisconsin State Liaison, NRA-ILA State and Local Affairs
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association: “These candidates know what it takes to protect Wisconsin farmers from the many challenges faced in the industry today. We believe that if elected, they will work hard to represent our point of view.”
Brian Long, WCGA President
Wisconsin Realtors Association: “These candidates were selected to receive REALTOR® support based on real estate-related issues, either by virtue of past voting records, responses to candidate interviews or other communication with WRA.”
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.: “The Legislative Committee and the Board of Directrors have reviewed the survey returns and we are pleased to support your candidacy. ABC represents nearly 800 merit shop contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, manufacturers and other construction-related professionals throughout the state and nearly 25,000 members nationwide.”
John Mielke, ABC Vice President
Tavern League of Wisconsin: "I am pleased to inform you that the Tavern League of Wisconsin has endorsed your candidacy to the State Assembly. The Tavern League of Wisconsin is comprised of over 5,000 small business owners across the state.”
Terry Harvath, TLW Senion Vice President