Cynthia Kaump won't stop

With just 18 days until the primary election Cynthia Kaump continues to campaign hard to earn your vote. Whether as a businesswoman, reporter, public servant, or mom Cynthia is used to hard work and is traveling nonstop to listen to what Wisconsin voters want from their next State Treasurer.

Up north in Winter at a picnic hosted by the Sawyer County and Lac Courte Oreilles Democrats people traveled far and listened seriously to over a dozen candidates for office. They were worried about protecting the beauty of our public lands and the funding for public schools.

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At the Rock County 4-H Fair in Janesville the focus was more on livestock and live music than politics. Voters should be able to rest easy knowing they have a strong financial guardian who is looking out for them. That’s why Cynthia has a plan to create a program to find waste fraud, and abuse in our state government.

In Seymour at the Outagamie County Fair voters are practical and want a State Treasurer who has a real plan to restore and expand it to serve the people. Cynthia is the only candidate with the experience in the Office and the relationships on both sides of the aisle to make that happen.

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With early voting about to start in some parts of Wisconsin, voters are thinking hard about their choice of candidates. Cynthia is going to all parts of the state to talk to all sorts of people, because the State Treasurer needs to listen to and fight for the people above all else. This is not new for her. When Cynthia was a director in the Office of the State Treasurer she worked tirelessly to return over $100 million in unclaimed property, sometimes at their doorstep, to Wisconsinites who didn’t know they had it, helping people keep their homes, their healthcare, and their dignity. If you vote for Cynthia Kaump on August 14 you can count on seeing her out there, fighting for you as your State Treasurer.