Jerome Gundersen Announces Campaign for 95th Assembly

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Jerome Gundersen Announces Campaign for 95th Assembly

June 05, 2020 - 15:43
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Jerome Gundersen, Jr., a local construction contractor and community leader, today announced his campaign for the 95th Assembly District.

Jerome has spent his life as a builder and a fixer. In these challenging times for our state and nation, Jerome will bring the hands-on, can-do attitude he has learned through decades of experience to Madison.

As a young man, Jerome went from a shop employee to a store owner in a bicycle shop, working as a professional bicycle racing mechanic in the 1980s. Over the past 20 years, he has been a construction and remodeling contractor, recently completing work on the construction of the new Riverside Park bandshell.

Jerome has long been committed to public service. He has served for 14 years on the Rotary Lights Steering Committee as it has grown from a local attraction to a regional phenomenon. He has also served four years as a La Crosse County Board supervisor, representing the 9th District in the heart of the City of La Crosse.

Jerome was born in La Crosse in 1960 to Charlene and Jerome Gundersen, Sr. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Washington University in St. Louis, MO.

Contact Jerome Gundersen at 608-317-1224

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I got a call from one of my friends, who asked if I had any old bit White Oak trees on my wooded land, and then told me about the people looking for suitable trees to use on the new White Oak canopy they were building at Riverside Park. I told him I had lots of big old trees and would be glad to look.

Shortly after that, Jerome contacted me and we spent a good part of the day hiking my woods and looking at big trees. We had a delightful day and had lots of intelligent conversation. Jerome is a very level headed individual who is a good listener and a person from the real world. I wish him well in this race, we are fortunate when someone of his character is willing to run for office.

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